Many of us meet regularly during the week in house groups, for worship, prayer, discussion and fellowship. Most house groups are loosely based on geographical areas of Oxford and they meet at various times of the day and the week.
If you are interested in joining a house group please contact us by asking one of the Church Stewards who will introduce you to the group leader. New members are always welcome at any of the groups.
More information about particular groups:
North Oxford Monday Morning Group
We meet at 10.30 am, generally fortnightly, in people's homes. The group is an ecumenical one: Methodists, members of the Church of England, Roman Catholics, and Baptists. We offer a varied programme of speakers leading us through Bible study to current affairs.
Monday evening group
A group with a very varied programme and invited speakers on topics of social and cultural interest, as well as theological.
The Open End group meets fortnightly on Monday evenings, often for
supper first. As the name suggests, the age range is wide, from 20+ to
80+. We meet in members' homes on alternate Mondays for Bible study,
prayer, discussion and friendship. Each term we base our discussions
around the Bible or another topical book or theme. A central element in
our discussions, our thinking and our prayers is social responsibility
and our practical response to God's word in our daily lives. Meetings
are always lively and thought-provoking!
Tuesday Afternoon Fellowship
This group meets at the church fortnightly for a short act of worship, and to listen to invited speakers. There are outings in the summer, and a Christmas party.
Cumnor (and N. Hinksey) Fellowship
The Cumnor Fellowship meets occasionally for social evenings.
The Headington Group
Meetings for prayer, Bible Study and discussion, some Wednesday evenings in Headington.
A group that meets with a specific book to study, occasionally.
The Thursday Meditation Group
An opportunity for meditation and quiet reflection, weekly, usually early on Thursday evenings.
The Amorphous Group
Meets monthly to discuss issues of topical interest.
Created from time to time for a particular study, to last a few weeks.