Heading out of the city centre takes about 30 minutes on foot and 10 minutes on a bicycle. If you are driving, it is best to use the ring road around the city (as Oxford is always very busy for through traffic).
To find the Woodstock Road, exit the ring road (A34) at the Peartree roundabout (north of the city), and go straight across the second roundabout, signed for the city. Follow signs for the city centre and the church is on your left about one and a half miles down the road. There is a post box on the corner of Beech Croft Road, and you need to enter Beech Croft Road to access the car park.
Parking at the church is limited and on a Sunday is restricted to those who need easy access to the church building and have been issued with a parking permit. All other church users who drive to church should use the surrounding roads for parking. Parking is free in the surrounding roads in the evening and weekends. If you use the church during the weekday then parking should be available at the church.
To travel to the church by bus please Oxford Bus or Stagecoach Bus services.
From Oxford Bus Company use routes 2 or 6. Route 2 stopping in Summertown near Costa Coffee and north of the other end of Beech Croft Road from the church, or route 6 (less frequent service than route 2) which stops on the Woodstock Road immediately north of the church.
Route 2 is also operated by Stagecoach Bus and your ticket will work with either company.
Park and Ride services are also available. We recommend Pear Tree park and ride to the north of the city. You can locate this park and ride using postcode OX2 8JD in a SatNav device. Note that you need to pay to park and pay to ride the bus. The bus stop closest to the church is at South Parade (about 5 minutes walk north of the church) and the bus service is the 300. The other park and ride in North Oxford is Water Eaton, but this is closed on Sunday’s.
This is a church plant from WRBC into Kidlington and is a separate congregation of WRBC. Grace Church meet at 4pm each Sunday