Sundays

We normally meet at Oasis Church Bath on Sundays in the following pattern:

  • First Sunday of the month: 4:30pm Communion Sunday – an informal gathering where we share food together and take part in a simple act of communion.
  • Second, Third (and Fourth) Sundays: 10:30 service with groups for under 18s.
  • Last Sunday of the month: 10:30 all-age service.

At the moment we’re in the middle of our summer programme, during which things work slightly differently. Please see below for details of what’s happening from week to week…

Sunday 25th August – Inspiration Conversation, 10.30am at Oasis Church Bath. All are welcome, come ready to share over coffee and pastries about an inspiring podcast, book or film you’ve enjoyed recently.

Sunday 1st September – Sort it Sunday! 10.30am at Oasis Church Bath. We’ll be gathering together to prepare the building for the new term ahead, as well as praying for those who use our facilities. There’s something for everyone to do so no matter your age or ability please come along and join in.

Sunday 8th September, 10.30am. We’re excited to be joined by guest speaker Jill Rowe, who is Ethos Director for Oasis UK and part of the leadership team at Oasis Church Waterloo. Join us for coffee from 10am.

Sunday 15th September, 10.30am. We’re launching a brand new speaking series! Over the next couple of months we’ll be looking at parables – slightly bizarre and unusual stories Jesus told. To kick us off our Hub Leader Jo Dolby will be explaining more about what parables are, and we’re honoured to be joined by Rabbi Monique Mayer, who is the Rabbi of a progressive, liberal, Jewish congregation in Bristol.

Sunday 22nd September, 10.30am. Parables: The Parable of the Unforgiving Servant. Rob Trickey explores this parable, asking how it would have been heard through first century Jewish ears, and how we can still hear it speaking to us today.

Sunday 29th September, 10.30am, All Age Service. Parables: The Parable of the Good Samaritan. Gaynor Williams takes an all age look at the parable of the good samaritan, helping us explore aspects of its meaning we may not have heard before.

Sunday 6th October, 4.30 – 6pm, Communion Sunday. Join us as we enjoy food together, take part in an act of communion and consider the power of our own stories.