Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.

Colossians 2:2-3

Word on Wednesday

Word on Wednesdays happen once or twice a term. They are a chance to dig deeper into particular issues or topics than we are able to on Sunday or in other contexts.

Recent topics include understanding our cultural moment, renewal & revival, sleep, predestination, emotions and Augustine.

South Central MTC

Many from our church family have attended the regional Ministry Training Course, organised by the South Central Gospel Partnership. This is a highly accessible course designed to give training in how to teach God's word in whatever context you find yourself in - be it helping with a children's group, leading Bible studies in a home group, or talking about faith with friends. It's a really exciting mix of people.


MTC runs on Tuesdays, and usually takes place in Oxford city centre, in the St Ebbe's church building. Around 80-90 people of different church backgrounds, ages and contexts get involved each year. There are many other options, including weekend events and evening courses, for those who cannot attend mid-week day course due to work. You can find out more about MTC here.

Book Groups

Various groups meet regularly to discuss a variety of interesting books. Recently different groups have read Dominion (Tom Holland) and Reformed Dogmatics (Herman Bavinck). There has also been a beginners course in New Testament Greek. Contact Leon via the office for more information.

10ofThose Bookstall

St Ebbe's Headington has a virtual bookstall with 10ofThose, with a range of recommended titles to read for various ages, stages and issues. There are sections for families, youth, students and adults, covering a range of Biblical themes, books and issues.


If you would like to talk about what to read about a certain topic, have a look through the bookstall, or get in touch with the office via email!


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We seek to protect everyone attending St Ebbe’s and are following the latest advice from Public Health England. We encourage church members to stay up-to-date with current arrangements is by signing up for our church family emails. Please contact the office for more.

We are committed to the safeguarding and care of children, young people, victims of abuse, and vulnerable adults. Ali Seddighi is our Safeguarding Officer. More detail about our policies and how to get in touch is available on our Safeguarding Page.

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Oxford OX3 7AE

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Oxford OX3 7PG

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