Oasis Bath is a friendly, welcoming and inclusive church in the centre of Bath. We are a community with a range of ages, including families, students and those who have retired. We believe that we as individuals and as a church are blessed by God to be a blessing to those around us. We want to use all God’s gifts both spiritual and practical to bring that blessing to our city.
We gather every Sunday morning at 10:30am - apart from the first Sunday of the month when we meet at 4:30pm. Coffee is served from 10:15am.
Sometimes we might visit a project within our community, instead of meeting in church. This will, however, be advertised accordingly.
We'd love to see you. Bring a friend. Everyone is welcome at our church.
A simple map of how to find our building is below.
Sunday 3 February (afternoon)
We’re meeting for our Green Sunday at 4:30pm at the church. Having discussed individual actions we can take on the environment last month, this time we welcome Ian Souter to talk about collective action in the form of BANES CAFE, a new initiative involving churches across our region. Food will be provided in the form of breads and spreads!
Sunday 10 February
We Need To Talk About … The Promised Land. Join us at 10:30 to hear first hand accounts from Israel and Palestine.
Sunday 17 February: Sort-it Sunday!
We'll be gathering together at 10:30 as a church family to sort, tidy and organise lots of our multi-use spaces in the building. This is also a really important part of improving our building and making it more user friendly and inviting for newcomers, building users and visitors. There will be something for everyone to do and we really need everyone there, so please come along ready to get stuck in.
Saturday 23 February: Open Church Network
We are taking a group over to Bristol for “In the name of love”, looking at the Bible, gender identity and same-sex relationships. It’s from 10am to 4pm. Full details of the content can be found at: https://www.openchurch.network/InTheNameOfLove
Sunday 24 February
We Need To Talk About… Mindfulness. Gaynor will be helping us to go deeper on the subject of Sabbath rhythms.
Sunday 3 March
Our Green Sunday visitor is Mike Burke who is actively involved in an eco congregation in Keynsham working for environmental and social justice. We meet at 4:30 for some content to inspire us to act on green issues, and then we’ll share food and conversation. This month: pancakes as we approach Lent.
If you would like to see our full calendar please click HERE.