Welcome to Oxford Evangelical Presbyterian Church

Oxford EPC is a thriving family church in the heart of an amazing city. We believe Jesus Christ has something vital to say today to every person who lives and studies here.

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We are a church plant
in the heart of Oxford

Oxford EPC was planted in 2018 and we’re so thankful to God for the way he has built and established our community. We have a passion for the gospel, for the city and its students, for families and individuals of all ages and walks of life, and for the growth of God’s Kingdom throughout his world. We love gathering around his word, singing his praises, encouraging one another, and serving alongside others in the cause of Christ.

Join us on Sundays

Oxford EPC meets at 10:30am and 5pm every Sunday

Our 10:30am service is currently online, and you can tune in via YouTube or via Zoom by contacting us for the link. As the pandemic recedes, God-willing, we will return to our beautiful pre-Covid morning service venue, St Luke’s Chapel (Oxford OX2 6HT).

Our 5pm service is back in-person at the Friends Meeting House (Oxford OX1 3LW) and is also streamed to YouTube. Bookings open on Thursdays, and you can reserve your slot here. When the weather is dry and sunny we meet in the spacious enclosed garden – a sanctuary in the centre of a bustling city.

Latest teaching

The Death of Disunity – Ephesians 2.11-22

The Death of Disunity – Ephesians 2.11-22

Oxford EPC · The Death Of Disunity Ephesians 2.11 - 22 Neil Martin 04 - 05 - 2021 Well good evening everyone! It’s great to see you all and it’s a pleasure to have the chance to open up God’s word for us now – after all these months online this is going to be my first...

Verbal Proclamation of the Gospel

Verbal Proclamation of the Gospel

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GLsPDihby_8&t=688s Andy Young speaking at the Verbal Proclamation of the Gospel conference in Newcastle in 2020.

What is Reformed Theology?

What is Reformed Theology?

What is Reformed Theology? And what does it mean to identify as being Reformed? Watch the video and accompanying introduction here.