Tag Archives | In the Community

Thame Food Bank Trolley

Trolley load for Thame Food Bank

Attracting thousands of visitors Thame the Food Festival also enabled a group of local service organisations to raise just under £2,400 for local charities. Cornerstone Baptist Church plays an active part in the local community and money we raised from helping with the parking was spent on a trolley full of shopping, perhaps quite aptly, for […]

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Congas, Cake and Co-working

The Parents, carers and 55 toddlers left the disco singing, “Bob the builder.. can we fix it?” They left clutching balloons, blowing bubbles and dropping tasty home-made cake crumbs. As they went I thought, ‘you know what? I love this thing called the Hub’.

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Cornerstone Hub Showing Real Community Spirit

In response to an on-street questionnaire about needs in Thame community, Cornerstone Baptist Church is organising a pop-up community space at Christchurch in the Upper high street. ‘The Hub’ will run from Monday 21st October to Saturday 9th November with lots of activities for all ages.

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Music in the Park 2012

Cornersone volunteers once again flooded into Elms Park this year to support the Music in the Park event 2012. This year’s event attracted thousands of visitors who basked in the sunshine on Sunday 13th of May. Paddy Harris, Pastor of Cornerstone Church and young churchgoer Christopher Bancroft played MC on the two main stages, entertaining […]

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Christmas Lights 2011

Pastor Paddy lights up Christmas Crowds gathered on the 3rd of December 2011 to catch a glimpse of santa and Eastenders Jean Slater (Gillian Wright) as well as take in local entertainment and watch Thame’s lights being turned on.

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Cornerstone team members with the rubbish collected

Community Clean Up

Love Thame – A Community in Action On Saturday 20th of March Thame Churches are joining together to carry out a number of projects in the local community. The Community Action Day is being organised by Thame Churches United and signifies the launch of a week-long series of events throughout the town.

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Square Mile

If our local church ceased to exist would anyone in our community notice? What real difference would it make to my colleagues or neighbours if I switched jobs or moved away? Square MILE explores the impact God calls us to make in our world – on the immediate square mile around our homes, workplaces and […]

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Mayor Encourages Church in Litter Pick Up

Following a recent Sunday service, attended by newly re-appointed Mayor of Thame Don Butler, members of Cornerstone, part of Long Crendon Baptist Church (LCBC), hit the streets on a mission to clean up the litter. When asked in the service what he thought about being the Mayor, Don Butler answered, “It’s wonderful as you get […]

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