Details of religious organizations in oxford can be found here. Please follow the links to individual churches/chapels' websites, or visit Daily Info to find out about service times.

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College Chapels

College chapels are generally open to the public for services, and many offer regular (even daily) evensong during term time. Because of Oxford colleges' central location, this can be a good option, and provides a good opportunity to worship inside some of the most beautiful and historic spaces in Oxford. These chapels are not listed here because of their number, but if you are curious about a college chapel, please visit that college's website. During term time, evensong is sung daily at Christ Church, New College (except on Wednesdays), and Magdalen College

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Anglican (Church of england)

The University Church of St Mary the Virgin
The official church of the University of Oxford: a house of prayer, a centre of learning, and a place of hospitality. 

Oxford Brookes Anglican Chaplaincy

Christ Church Cathedral
The College Chapel for Christ Church as well as the cathedral church for the Diocese of Oxford, and home to a vibrant worshipping community with a rich worshipping tradition and a world famous Cathedral Choir. 

St Mary Magdalen
A vibrant all-age and inclusive community, offering worship and witness in the Catholic tradition.

Pusey House
Offering a full round of daily worship, opportunities for engaging with the intellectual life of the University, and a hospitable and growing body of students and others actively nurturing vocations and lives of Christian discipleship.

St Barnabas Jericho
A church in Jericho that remains true to its SSC origins, with a rich liturgical and musical tradition, a warm welcome for all, and a flourishing Sunday schools for children aged 0-13. 

St Aldate's
A busy city centre church with 3 services every Sunday and a packed midweek programme of events, groups and courses. 

St Ebbe's
A friendly evangelical church in the heart of Oxford. 

St Michael at the North Gate
A Christian community with a civic calling and a city centre opportunity, St Michael’s is the City Church.  

St Andrew's Church Oxford
A member of the Evangelical Alliance, located in North Oxford. 

All Saints' Headington
Our worship is neither highly ceremonial nor very informal; we take something of a ‘middle of the road’ position, and we have a very strong musical tradition. 

St Andrew's Headington
A diverse Christian community which gathers from all parts of Headington and from surrounding areas, with worship in the modern catholic tradition of the Church of England. 

Holy Trinity Church, Headington Quarry
An open door between heaven and earth, showing God's love to all. 

Roman Catholic

St Aloysius Gonzaga (The Oxford Oratory)

Blackfriars Dominican Priory

Corpus Christi Headington
A lively community of people from all over the world, the Parish welcomes and embraces all who come to gain strength for their journey of life. 

St Edmund of Abingdon and St Frideswide (Greyfriars)

SS Gregory and Augustine

Holy Rood Church, Abingdon Road

Oxford University Catholic Chaplaincy

Oxford Brookes Catholic Chaplaincy


New Road Baptist Church
A  friendly and inclusive congregation located in the heart of Oxford, the church attracts a diverse congregation from around the globe including young and old, residents, students and others visiting the city.

Headington Baptist Church

Oxford Baptist Chapel, Jericho
A Christ-centered, Gospel preaching church

Woodstock Road Baptist Church


Oxford Brookes Methodist Chaplaincy

Wesley Memorial Methodist Church

Lime Walk Methodist Church, Headington

United reformed

St Columba's United Reformed Church
The church is progressive in theology and aims to welcome all.

Summertown United Reformed Church

other denominations

Oxford Brookes Multifaith Chaplaincy Team

Oxford Unitarians at Harris Manchester College Chapel, Mansfield Road

Orthodox Church of the Holy Trinity and the Annunciation

Oxford Quaker Meeting (Religious Society of Friends)