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Looking back on “A Vision for 2016”

As well as building up to Christmas this is the time of the year when we nostalgically look back on the past twelve months. We had our staff team Christmas lunch a couple of weeks back and reflected back on the past year. I came up with some highlights such as baptisms whilst my colleagues […]

In defence of carols

“It’s Christmas, we’ll sing any old nonsense,” is a flippant comment that I recall passing my lips a few years back. Indeed there are some notorious lines in carols that we often sing. “The little Lord Jesus no crying he makes,” may not be the best line ever written to describe the full humanity of […]

Some day my prince will come…

It was on Monday afternoon when I was desperately trying to come up with an idea for the Christmas talk at our CAMEO Christmas Lunch for seniors that an observation from Mike Reeves’ book Christ our Life came to mind. He notes that because the world is made through Christ all the best stories in […]

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Jenny Reid

Church Administrator

Welcome! We are a group of Christians – of a variety of ages and backgrounds – who meet in North Oxford. We believe that Jesus is the central figure in history and the only answer to the deepest longings of the human heart. Our passion is to know Him more and learn how to live for Him (supremely through the Bible) and offer a warm welcome to those who are interested in exploring Him.

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  • Sing! 23rd April 2017
    Part of the The Benefits of the Cross sermon series from Isaiah 54. This sermon was preached by David Trebilcock and is 34 minutes long.
  • Mary 16th April 2017
    Part of the Meeting the Risen Jesus sermon series from John 20:1-18. This sermon was preached by Harrison Mungia and is 27 minutes long.
  • See! 16th April 2017
    Part of the The Benefits of the Cross sermon series from Isaiah 53. This sermon was preached by Andy Robinson and is 27 minutes long.
  • Good Friday 14th April 2017
    From John 18:1-19:37. This sermon was preached by Daniel Blanche and is 28 minutes long.