Privacy Statement

 

Oakwood Baptist Church Privacy Statement

 

Oakwood Baptist Church is committed to protecting the privacy of all users of its website, and to act in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2018. This website does not use cookies. We only collect personal data via the site when you voluntarily choose to provide us with it.

If users choose to do so via an email contact form, they are required only to provide their name and email address. No information about the email is stored on this website, nor is the email itself stored on the website.

It is automatically directed to the inbox of the designated person eg church bookings secretary or church secretary who may retain the email on their email server for the purposes of responding to your request.

Furthermore, Oakwood Baptist Church will contact users only in response to their initial enquiry. The personal details of users will not be used to contact them at other times, unless that is their stated request.

This website occasionally lists links to other websites. Users should be aware that these websites will have their own privacy policies, and Oakwood Baptist Church does not accept any responsibility or liability for said policies.

We may change our privacy statement from time to time in which case we will upload the updated statement to our website. It is advisable to refer to the privacy statement regularly.

 

Mission

Oakwood Baptist Church has always been a very mission oriented church and has supported mission workers abroad for over seventy years.

Our current Mission families work in Brazil, Ghana, Ireland and UK.

Amongst others, we support the work of:

Wycliffe Bible Translators - an organisation aiming to translate the Bible into every language so that every person can read it for themselves.

Tear Fund - a Christian charity passionate about ending poverty.

Sundays

Everyone is welcome on Sunday morning, and we often have people from 9 months to 90 years! There are options available for young people including the youngest.

We start at 10.30am, and with a relaxed approach, include traditional and contemporary songs in our worship, together with prayer, and most importantly, reading and preaching from the Bible. We almost always have tea and coffee afterwards, so we can have a chat and catch up.

On the second Sunday of each month we have a Family Service, when all ages stay together for a shorter, more informal occasion.

On the third Sunday of each month we include Communion during our worship, and all are welcome, whether to take bread and wine or not

Christianity Explored

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Christianity Explored is an informal way to investigate Christianity or just brush up on the basics. It explores who Jesus is, why he came and what it means to follow him

  • You don't need to know anything about the Bible

  • You won't be asked to read aloud, pray or sing

  • You can ask any question you want

We run the Christianity Explored Course whenever there is the opportunity, so you would be able to join this seven week course within a short time

The course is based in small groups which means we can be flexible to find a day and time which is most suitable

For further information please use the Contact form from the menu to the left, or speak to someone you know who belongs to the church

We would be glad to have the opportunity to talk openly about faith in Jesus Christ with you

If you would like more information on the course you can look at the Christianity Explored website by clicking on this link: www.christianityexplored.org

Recent sermons preached at Oakwood can be played back from the podcast library shown below.