Sanjay Mahtani starts our new series 'Forward Together'. Dan and Erica Kirk lead the meeting with Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuederiaye leading us in worship.
This week we will continue our series called Kingdom Seeds, this Sunday looking at the book of Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43
Dan Kirk speaks, with Sanjay Mahtani and Simon Thomas leading the meeting, with Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuderiaye leading us in Worship.
Throughout this series, subject to weather on the day. we plan to share a bring-your-own picnic, after the service, at Oatlands Park. Leave your car at TKC, and join us immediately after the service until around (say) 1pm.
We're really excited about our first joint meeting of Oxford Community Church and Lifehouse Community Church since Covid! God has been refreshing our relationship, through the Lifehouse Big Conversation, and has been speaking to several people about moving to be part of what he is doing in Bicester and Banbury.
At our 'Regional Celebration' on Sunday 11 July we will celebrate all that God is doing in our renewed relationship, pray together and commission new people to the leadership God is calling them to.
Steve Jones speaks, with Ruth O'Connell, Andy O'Connell and Mark Eley leading the meeting, and Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuderiaye leading us in worship.
As OCC, we're delighted to be supporting our sister church - Lifehouse Community Church - as they restart onsite services in Bicester, in the Kingsmere Community Centre (pictured above). People will be gathering from Bicester, Banbury, Oxford, and various places in between!
The service is led by Mark and Katherine Eley (leaders of Lifehouse), with speaker Jo Male (OCC) and Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuederiaye (OCC).
There will be onsite groups for children and youth.
This week we will continue our series called Awaken! this Sunday looking at the book of Isaiah chapter 49-50.
Steve Jones speaks, with Simon and Carol Jackman leading the meeting, with Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuederiaye leading us in Worship.
This week we will continue our series called Awaken! this Sunday looking at the book of Isaiah chapter 41.
Steve Jones speaks, with Dan and Erica Kirk leading the meeting, with Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuederiaye leading us in Worship.
This week we are running all our children’s groups from 0-18 yrs, please sign up via the link in this week’s bulletin or your MyChurchsuite App.
Sanjay Mahtani continues our series about God's Heart.
The meeting is lead by Andy and Ruth O'Connell with Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuederiaye leading us in worship.
This week we will not have children's worship (5-11yrs) on-site, you can find online content here, but our worship (11-18yrs) is happening in person.
This week Rachel Bashir, the Edge Housing project manager, continues our series God's Heart.
Sanjay and Jenny Mahtani lead the meeting, with Elizabeth and Emmanuel Omuederiaye leading us in worship
This week we will be having (5-11yrs) on-site, if you are unable to join us at TKC, you can find online content here,
our youth worship (11-18yrs) is happening in person too.
Sanjay Mahtani kicks off Christmas at OCC with a family-friendly, guest service hosted by Chris and Lois Fulton, with Beth Summers and Emmanuel Omuederiaye leading us in worship.
Children, come dressed up! The theme is 'Follow the star', so think wise men, stars, and all things sparkly!
For any practical questions, including about children, youth, and Covid-secure arrangements, click on Sunday Info above.
Anderson and Lydia Moyo continue our current series on IDENTITY.
The service is hosted by Andy and Ruth O'Connell, with worship leaders Emmanuel and Elizabeth Omuederiaye.
We're delighted to welcome back our good friends Anderson and Lydia Moyo. Zimbabweans by birth, and now living in Sheffield, they have planted an effective multi-ethic church, reaching both local and migrant people-groups. They are also part of our wider family - Salt & Light International - and so we receive them not just as friends, but as trusted advisers who are supporting and challenging us as a church as we explore what it means to be a more ethnically diverse church.
(To listen again to their May 2018 talk, go to https://oxford.occ.org.uk/audio/your-kingdom-come-our-city)