Home is a progressive, all-age, Christian community of spiritual seekers sharing spiritual practices in the city of Oxford, UK. Home is part of the Anglican Diocese of Oxford.
Previous Cycles
Advent!

Advent!

Details of our gatherings for the season of Advent 2016
Lent & Holy Week 2016

Lent & Holy Week 2016

Here are our gatherings for the Lent & Holy Week season 2016.
Epiphany Season 2016

Epiphany Season 2016

Details of our gatherings for the Epiphany season - beginning on Sunday 3rd January 2016
'Electric Dreams'

‘Electric Dreams’

Details of our latest gathering cycle - beginning Sunday 20th September 2015 - looking at how we are shaped as human beings and people of faith by the technology we use.
'Neighbourhood'

‘Neighbourhood’

Our 'Neighbourhood' gathering cycle aimed at helping us to connect more deeply with our local community
'Mess'

‘Mess’

Details of our gathering cycle on the theme of 'Mess' where we will be exploring the messiness of life and faith.
'Lent'

‘Lent’

"Into the desert in search of God and our true selves in this season of letting go". Details of our gathering cycle for Lent 2015.
'Who Are We?'

‘Who Are We?’

On Sunday 4th January we begin a new cycle of gatherings where we will be exploring what have been the core values of our church community. These 6 values are meant to define who we are – but do they still name accurately our life together and our aspirations for who we want to become?...
'At Your Leisure'

‘At Your Leisure’

Details of our latest cycle of gatherings for Autumn 2014 focussing on play and leisure.
'Voices from the Margins'

‘Voices from the Margins’

Details of our latest gathering cycle for September/October 2014 exploring the message of the minor prophets of the Old Testament
'Coming Home'

‘Coming Home’

Details of the last cycle before our summer 'recess' - 'Coming Home'. We will be exploring the theme of homecoming. Read on for more information.
'Spirituality of Work'

‘Spirituality of Work’

Details of our current cycle of gatherings where we are trying to articulate a 'spirituality of work'