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Churches in Oxford

St Aldates


St Aldates has Sunday services at 10am, 12pm, 4pm and 6pm.

Additionally, the Postgrads community meets on Wednesday evenings at the Church Centre (40 Pembroke Street) starting with a meal together at 7pm before a time of worship, teaching and small group discussion and prayer. Each November we go away for a weekend retreat in the countryside.

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St Andrews


St Andrew’s, North Oxford, has four services on a Sunday including Holy Communion, a Family Service, Morning Worship and Evening Worship.

St Andrew’s has a small group of postgraduate/postdoc students who worship and serve as part of our church family. We gather together from time to time for lunches, and postgraduate and postdoc students are encouraged to join in with other ministries within St Andrew’s. As a large and diverse congregation there are lots of ways you can get involved! We also offer mentoring to postgraduate/postdoc students if that’s of value. For more information or if you have questions, email our curate, Henry Swayne ([email protected])

St Clements

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St Clements is a fairly small church with a big heart! People from a variety of ages and stages enjoy meeting, worshipping together and being friends. As part of this community, we enjoy having a number of postgrads or academics in our midst. Do join us here for our main Sunday morning service (10.30am), or a quieter evening service (at 6.30pm).

St Ebbes

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St Ebbe's has 3 Sunday services, but most postgrads come either for the 6.30 p.m, or (particularly those with families) at 10a.m.

Thesis is the St Ebbe's postgraduate student group. It is a diverse community from over 20 nationalities (including spouses of postgrads). They meet every Tuesday night at 7:00pm during term time in St Ebbe's church for a delicious meal (£3.50, and Bible study or a talk and discussion. Thesis also runs fun afternoons out, a weekend away in the Cotswolds in November, and seasonal events at Easter and Christmas. Both Christians and those interested in Christianity are equally welcome. For more information please contact the postgraduate student minister, Glenn Nesbitt

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