Church at Home

10am Sunday

Welcome to our service for the third Sunday of Epiphany.

Today’s reading tells the story of Jesus turning water into wine. It was the earliest of Jesus’ miracles – a time when people first started noticing that there was something a bit different about him. Over the course of the pandemic, many people have been asking deep questions about faith. Perhaps you have noticed some glimmers of excitement that God might be at work here – maybe a loved one that has become more curious about the Christian faith, or maybe you yourself are questioning, and you now want to go a bit deeper.

Near the beginning of John’s gospel, Jesus offers an invitation to two disciples who are curious about him: “Come and see.” We want to offer you that same invitation, wherever you may be starting from. Come and see what faith has to offer…

Other ways to participate

Additional resources

For those unable to watch or listen online dial 01865 920930 and, once connected, dial 0 for the full version of the service, or dial 1 a short version of the service. Standard call rates apply. There will be a few seconds of silence before the service starts.

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available to download and stream

Series 5 of the popular podcast by Bishop Steven Croft takes its title from the opening verses of Isaiah 40-55.

This series is intended to help the church find its voice again in the midst of the pandemic.

All episodes are available to stream or download now. Listen online at Bishop Steven’s blog, find the series on Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Play | Stitcher | Soundcloud …or simply search ‘Bishop Steven Croft’ wherever you get your podcasts.

Live streams from your local church

Churches across the Diocese are live streaming their events. Join a service or event wherever you are from one of over 700 churches in the Diocese of Oxford.

On demand

Live streamed services are available to view again at any time. Orders of service are available to view for each service.

Local radio

Our Bishops and clergy regularly talk about the Church response to the coronavirus crisis on our local BBC Radio stations. Listen to those interviews here. To request an interview, email

We are offering live streamed worship for the Diocese on Sundays and Holy Days in the coming months to complement what is offered by local churches. This Diocesan prayer and worship is designed to be sustainable over the long haul, collaborative, creative, accessible to all traditions, and reliable. We are prioritising, not competing with, local church streams. Our principal Diocesan services will be at 10am each Sunday.