About Us

What We Do

We are an inclusive and outward looking church passionate about individual and community transformation. We meet all together every week on a Sunday, but we also meet in smaller groups and deliver community projects during the week.

What We Believe

The love of God is inclusive, incarnational and calls us to welcome everyone. This gives us a deep sense of hope that things can be transformed. We value questioning and discussion of every aspect of faith and how it applies to our lives. Find out more by clicking on 'About Us' in the top right of the screen.

Where We Are

We meet in Oasis Church Bath (formerly Hay Hill Baptist Church) on the Paragon in Bath, just around the corner from the cafes and restaurants of George Street at the northerly edge of the city centre.

For more information about us, read our story: here

who we are

Oasis is a movement of volunteers, activists and professionals that works in 36 communities across the UK.  Through our integrated ‘community hub model’, we seek to create a new sense of neighbourhood in communities that had previously been forgotten by society.  We believe that when a community comes together, everyone, regardless of their background and starting point can reach their God-given potential.
Oasis is a global family which collectively works around the world delivering a range of projects and services that help tackle social injustice in whatever form it manifests itself. Read more on the Oasis UK website.

Huge thanks to Rabbi Monique Mayer from the Bristol and West Progressive Jewish congregation for joining us this morning. So much good stuff to think about as we start our new series on the parables of Jesus, which continues next week.

We're kicking off a brand new series this Sunday. We'll be looking at the stories Jesus told and what they mean for us. We're joined by special guest Rabbi Monique Mayer, who will help us understand the Jewish context of Jesus. We start at 10.30, with coffee available from 10am.

It was great having @JillboRowe from @OasisWaterloo with us last Sunday. Jill talked about 'staying and going', challenging us to think about the ways in which we might need to 'let go so we can go'. If you missed it you can listen to the recording here. https://t.co/1H86PfvbCg

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