We Invite You to be a Part of our Community
Sunday Worship begins at 11:00 a.m.
Sunday School Classes for children
during the 11:00am worship service
Fellowship Hour follows
Sunday 11:00am Worship Service
Weekly Bible Study Groups
(No Bible Study in July & August)
Every Wednesday at Noon
Every Wednesday at 7:30pm
Saturday Morning at 9:30am
Several small Bible Study groups also meet in individual homes. Contact Office for Dates/Locations
Elder Diner (Lunch) Fellowship
following the Wednesday Noon Bible Class
“For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son,
whosoever believeth in Him will not perish but have everlasting life.”
Want to place flowers on the alter in
honor of or in memory of a love one
or to celebrate a birthday, anniversary
or special occasion? The cost is $15.
Contact Deacon Helen Harper.
Free Tutor Sessions: Tues & Thurs
10am - Noon or 6pm - 8pm
Students! Volunteer Tutors!!
Contact Church Office or
Click to Here to Send Email for More Information
Toiletries for the Needy
Outreach Ministry continues to collect toiletries for distribution to Shelters and Halfway House.
Bring any unused items: Hairbrush, Comb, Deodorant, Toothbrushes, Toothpastes, Floss, Body Wash, Bar Soap, Lotion, Shave items, etc. and drop them off at the Church. Baby toiletry items are also appreciated. This is an ongoing project throughout the year. Contact the Church Office or the Outreach Committee : Click to Send Email
Book of Order 2015-17
Available for $10.
See Pastor Taylor
Go to Links & Resources Page
to Download a PDF copy
SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2018
(Rain date: Sat. May 26th)
9 AM - 3 PM
$20 for each 10 x 4ft space
Setup Time: 7 AM- 9AM
CALL Church Office with Questions at (215) 247-9487
We Carry a wide Assortment of Cards
~ Individual & Box Sets ~
Many Specials and great deals are offered
"Thoughtful Expressions Card Shoppe"
Stop in and Browse, Buy a Card
and Support Oxford Church!
Oxford Presbyterian Women
are collecting twin sheets, towels, wash clothes
and personal items for Covenant House
(a haven for homeless street youth and runaways)