Trinity Church meets on Sunday mornings in the Oxford Deaf & Hard of Hearing Centre at 10:30am for a service followed by tea and coffee. Often there will be some who then go out for lunch after this service to a nearby cafe or pub and new people are always welcome to join. During Oxford University Term Time there is an evening service at New Road Baptist Church on Bonn Square at 6:30pm. For this coming term, the Sunday evening service will begin on 1st October 2017. Sometimes, the students at church go to G&D's afterwards for bagels, ice cream and hot chocolate, or to the home of our student worker for tea and games! We will soon be uploading term cards for September-December so do look out for that appearing.
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Trinity Church Homegroups meet on Tuesday/Thursday evenings for food, fellowship, Bible study and prayer – creating the context for fun, friendship, sharing needs and for thoughtful reflection on God’s work in our lives.
Trinity Church is a great place for students to consider, and to develop, a relationship with Jesus Christ. Just as study in Oxford offers exciting opportunities to be stretched and to grow academically, we want church to be a place where you can be stretched and grow spiritually through rigorous Bible teaching, focused training, and service as part of a multigenerational community.
Children and Young People
At Trinity Church we believe passionately in investing in children and families. Our Sunday School has a special focus on helping children grasp and explore the major plot-line of the Bible.
However long or short a time you spend in Oxford, there are opportunities to get involved and grow as part of the Trinity Church family.
Home groups provide the opportunity to study the passages that are expounded on Sundays in greater depth in a small group context, with a particular emphasis on personal application and mutual encouragement. Termly sermons in our ‘The Word on the World’ series address contemporary issues from a biblical perspective.
The Spurgeons Group runs several times a term and enables both men and women at Trinity Church to hone their Bible understanding, teaching and handling skills.
Many other exciting opportunities are available through our local partnerships.