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.

Please see below for details of what’s happening from week to week…

Sunday January 5th: Communion Sunday. 4.30pm at Oasis Church Bath.
We’re back in our normal Sunday pattern which means it’s Communion Sunday! A chance to share some food together as an act of communion and catch up with one another after the Christmas break.

Sunday January 12th: Perspectives on the New Year. 10.30am at Oasis Church Bath.
We’ll be spending some time looking back and looking forward, as we consider what the New Year might bring and what some of our hopes and dreams might be for 2020. Our Hub Leader Jo Dolby will be speaking and sharing some of our vision for the New Year.

Sunday January 19th: NEW SERIES LAUNCH! Being Human. 10.30am at Oasis Church Bath.
Very often as Christians we’re subtly led to believe that being human is bad, that our ‘flesh’ is weak and we need to become less human and more divine. This can lead to a disconnect between our physical, emotional and spiritual selves. We want to look at this topic and explore lots of different aspects of what it means to be human, from self-awareness and handling our emotions to health, calling and even death. How can we fully flourish as human beings and make the best of the lives we live in the bodies we have? How can we move on from old issues and hurts and become the best versions of ourselves? Mark Shearman kicks off our brand new series, ‘Being Human’.

Sunday January 26th: Being Human: Handling Emotions. 10.30am at Oasis Church Bath
We take an all-age look at a huge part of being human – handling our emotions. Emotions can be helpful guides, warning signs and useful tools, but they can also be intense, scary and controlling. How can we handle some of the strong emotions we feel in our lives?