Churches Together in Central Oxford
City Centre Churches are part of CTCO; representatives of each church meet together three times a year to plan events and responses to issues.
Central Churches Quartet
This church has a special relationship with three other churches in the centre: Wesley Memorial Methodist Church, St Columba’s United Reformed Church, St Michael at the North Gate Church. These churches regularly share services and plan joint events as well as meeting to talk about our shared response to Justice and Peace issues.
Baptist Union of Great Britain
The church is a member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain. Click on the links to read more about the Union, and to read the latest publications
Message from Yinka Oyekan Baptist Union President 2020-2021
Southern Counties Baptist Association
The Baptist Union is divided into thirteen regions. This church is part of the Southern Counties Baptist Association. SCBA is a family of about 150 Baptist Churches spread throughout Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Hampshire, Dorset and Berkshire
BMS World Mission
BMS World Mission is a Baptist missionary organisation undertaking holistic work across the world, which the church supports with money and prayer.
Oxford Winter Night Shelter (OWNS)
OWNS is a registered charity run by a number of churches in central Oxford to provide shelter for rough sleepers, both men and women, during the winter period in different locations in central Oxford, Arrangements will be different during the pandemic and night time provision will not be in churches.
Regent’s Park College:
Regent’s Park College is a Baptist College in the centre of Oxford, and is one of the 44 Colleges and Halls of the University of Oxford: https://www.rpc.ox.ac.uk/
Baptist World Alliance (BWA): Networking the Baptist Family to Impact the World for Christ https://www.bwanet.org/
Baptist Peace Fellowship
The BPF aims to provide a fellowship for Baptists who find that the use of military force cannot be reconciled with the teaching of Jesus Christ and His acceptance of the Cross.
Christian Aid is a Christian organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.
An Oxford-based charity providing food, shelter and company to Oxford’s homeless and poorly housed population.
Teach a Child – Africa
‘Teach a Child – Africa’ enables orphaned and other vulnerable children from areas with a high prevalence of HIV/AIDS to attend secondary school.