SUNDAYS

We're back in the building!

Sundays are looking a little different for now! For the months ahead, we are aiming to provide  opportunities to meet together in person, wisely and safely, whilst continuing to build each other up in faith through online resources. We will proceed according to government advice.  You can read our risk assessment for Sunday services here.

We currently host three services in the building each Sunday, in addition to the ongoing 10.30am livestream.

There is a short 9am Holy Communion service, alongside a fun family service at 3pm and a 6pm service .

Join in with a service!

To find out how to sign up to attend a socially-distanced service, or for more
information about our live-streamed service, use the buttons below.

In normal circumstances, we host three Sunday services (10.30, 3.30, 7.00) in our Lime Walk building.

Services last about 70 minutes, including an ordered, informal and joyful mix of music, prayers, Bible reading and a talk. 

There’s plenty of time afterwards to meet and greet people; and time to think, talk and pray with others, if you like.

Every few weeks we remember Jesus’ death for us with a celebration of the Lord’s Supper, when we share bread and wine together.

Regular Sunday Services at St Ebbe's Headington
  • Our biggest and broadest cross-section of church family, welcoming those of all ages.

  • There is a creche for 0-2s, and Sunday Club for 3-11s.

  • We have a ‘Service for All Ages’ once every six weeks.

  • Tea, coffee and snacks are served after every 10.30 service.

  • A smaller, friendly afternoon congregation, including many families with young children.

  • There is a creche for 0-2s, and Sunday Club for 3-11s.

  • We hold a 'Service for All Ages' once every six weeks.

  • Children's tea is served afterwards, as well as tea, coffee and snacks for the older members!

The 7.00

  • This congregation is made up of lots of 20s - 30s, Oxford Brookes students, as well as those more mature in years!

  • Tea, coffee and snacks are served after the formal part of the service. A great opportunity to get to know each other better!

The 10.30

The 3.30

We are seeking to protect everyone attending

St Ebbe’s and are following the latest advice from Public Health England. Find out how ways to keep connected with church here.

We are committed to the safeguarding and care
of children, young people, victims/perpetrators of domestic abuse and vulnerable adults.

Ali Seddighi is our Safeguarding Officer.

More detail about our policies is available on our Safeguarding Page

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