All Saints Church, Wytham
There has been a church in Wytham, as far as we know, since at least 1135. The current building was constructed by Montague Bertie, 5th Earl of Abingdon, in 1811 -1812, using materials from its predecessor and from Cumnor Place, or Hall, which had recently been demolished.
Kidlington with Hampton Poyle
Our churches were built for all in the community, and have been used day in and day out for over 700 years. The doors of St Mary’s Kidlington and St Mary’s Hampton Poyle are open each day and you are welcome to come in and enjoy the ancient spaces. There are many interesting things to see. The chapel at St John’s is open each week morning for quiet prayer.
North Hinksey with Botley
We are a small and friendly Christian community that seeks to find spiritual depth and growth in a wonderful place of prayer. Our weekly worship centred on the Eucharist and is generally in traditional language, which reflects the space in which we meet.
Osney Benefice- Binsey
Our wonderful St Margaret of Antioch at Binsey continues to provide comfort and succour to people of all faiths and to those of none. St Margaret’s is part of the Osney Benefice, working in partnership with St Frideswide, Osney; St Lawrence, North Hinksey and Ss Peter and Paul, Botley.
Osney Benefice- St Frideswides
St Frideswide’s is dedicated to the patroness of Oxford. Since our church was founded in the nineteenth century, we have built up Christians in the faith through the celebration of the sacraments and the study of Holy Scripture.
South with New Hinksey
The core of the church in South Hinksey is the community which meets here every week. Here we celebrate the Eucharist and pray for the community, and attempt to reach out to the village and its visitors alike, in our ministry of welcome and hospitality.
St Aldate’s, Oxford
St Aldates is a busy city centre church with 3 services every Sunday and a packed midweek programme of events, groups and courses. We are a tri-generational church with a heart to minister to all those who come through our doors, while equipping all our members to be ministers of the gospel in their homes, streets, colleges, schools and workplaces.
St Andrew’s, Oxford
St Andrew’s is a church that aims to ‘Grow God’s Family’, so whether you have been following Christ for years and are looking for a fellowship where you can thrive, or you’re just exploring who Jesus is and what the Christian faith is all about, we want you to know that there’s a place for you here.
St Barnabas’, Jericho
St Barnabas’ is the parish church of Jericho, Oxford, (Church of England), and has served this community since it was founded in 1869. St Barnabas was founded in order to help men, women and children follow Jesus Christ: we do our best to continue that work today.
St Ebbe’s, Oxford
We believe passionately that Jesus Christ is alive today and is the loving ruler of the universe. The purpose of our life as a church is to bring glory to him by helping people come to know him for themselves and then grow together as his disciples.
St Giles’, Oxford
St Giles’ is a vibrant place of prayer and worship in the centre of the city of Oxford. Our bells ring out to encourage you to join us in our traditional Anglican services which are enhanced by an impressive choir. St Giles’ welcomes all people and supports the work of the Gatehouse and NA.
St Luke’s (+ St Matthew’s)
We are a friendly Anglican church rooted in our local community.St Luke’s is an Anglican Church founded in 1933 as a mission hall for the area of Cold Harbour. St Matthew’s & St Luke’s have remained linked to the current day and support each other’s work.
St Margaret’s, Oxford
We are a traditional, friendly church. The Eucharist is central to our worship.We follow the liturgical year, celebrating major festivals and Saints’ Days, enriching & uplifting our worship through colour & sound. We aim to provide a worshipping environment in which people of all ages, both individuals and families, are welcomed as part of a wider family.
St Mary Magdalen, Oxford
St Mary Magdalen’s is a prominent Anglican church in the centre of Oxford. We are a living, vibrant community offering witness in the Catholic tradition through the Eucharist and the preaching of the Gospel.
St Matthew’s Oxford (+ St Lukes)
At St Matthew’s we try to be hospitable to whoever comes to us, however long they stay – we want people to feel at home with us whether or not they have a committed faith. We are committed to spiritual growth and journeying, our own and each other’s.
St Michael and All Angels, Summertown
St Michael & All Angels’ church is situated in leafy north Oxford, just off the Banbury Road, serving the parish of Summertown, Cutteslowe and Waterways.We are a family of faith, inclusive and outward-looking, seeking to make a difference to the world that we are rooted in.
St Michael at the North Gate, Oxford
As a Christian Church in Oxford city centre, a warm welcome is at the heart of what we want to offer to all who come by either on Cornmarket Street or online.Today, we continue to live as a community of faith, valuing the heritage and tradition which we inherit and offering ourselves in the service of the modern city.
St Peter & St Paul, Botley
We are an inclusive Christian community seeking to make Christ known in our local community of Botley which is a suburb on the west side of Oxford, serving a mixed community of all nationalities and ages.
St Peter’s, Wolvercote
As a Church community, we try to reflect the love of God for all his creation, as revealed in Jesus’ life, death and resurrection; we try to explore the questions which life presents us with, both as individuals and as a society; and we seek to live out our faith through active service to this parish and the wider world.
St Thomas the Martyr, Oxford
St Thomas the Martyr’s is a Church of England parish church of the Anglo-Catholic tradition, in Oxford, England, near Oxford railway station in Osney. It is located between Becket Street to the west and Hollybush Row to the east, with St Thomas Street opposite.
University Church of St Mary the Virgin, Oxford
The University Church of St Mary the Virgin is a lively and inclusive church in the liberal catholic tradition of the Church of England.Standing in the centre of Oxford, it is the spiritual heart of the oldest university in Britain. It has been the focus of Christian worship and of debates about religion, politics, and morality for over 7 hundred years.