Welcome to St Matthew's Church!

St Matthew's is an Anglican (Church of England) church about half a mile south of the city centre in Oxford.

On Good Friday, April 10th, Michael Rayner will be streaming:

     ‘Good Friday Meditation on the Stations of the Cross’ at 11:00.
      Use the Facebook link to the right to view it.

Note: Because of the coronavirus, the church building is now closed.

Our vicar, and some of the church team, are broadcasting, on Facebook, some worship at 10:30 on Sundays. You can access the Facebook page by clicking the Facebook symbol on the right or clicking on this link. These are left as videos on the page.

Other material is put on the page during the week.

Although all meetings have had to stop, home groups are finding other ways to meet and support each other through the COVID 19 crisis, including meeting online

 

 

 

Find out here about...

St Matthew's - who we are, what style of church St Matthew's is and the church's history.

Church activities - services, regular activities, events, news and supported mission partners.

Resources -  sermon downloads, training materials, church policies, how to support the church financially and how to hire rooms in the church parish centre.

Getting in touch - who's who in the church, how to contact us and where the church is.

Services - for information about our regular services. Click here for a list of this term's services.

Anyone coping with loneliness may find it useful to follow this link.

For slides used during AGM, click here.

For slides used for the building report at the AGM, click here.

We are committed to promoting the safety of everyone involved with, or who comes into contact with, our church and we endorse fully the Church of England’s safeguarding policy statement: “Promoting a Safer Church”.

The church safeguarding policy can be viewed here.

 

 

For more details of our CAP involvement click here.
 

Home Groups meet in the homes of church members around the city - some weekly, some fortnightly - on either Tuesday or Wednesday evenings.  Each group decides its own programme, which may include Bible study, discussion topics, shared meals and prayer.  The groups aim to provide friendship and support in a Christian context and are a great way to get to know other church members. For details, click here.

We keep a Community Emergency Food box which is now situated on the side tables by the Church Kitchen; suitable goods are always welcome.

You can view are 'DATA PRIVACY NOTICE' by clicking here.

Growing church, sharing Jesus, in the heart of our community.