The Harvest Fair had a warm atmosphere and was a great way to get to know people in Headington.
We’ve been going for over two years now and there’s lots going on. If you pop along on a Sunday evening you’ll find a relaxed gathering of 30-40, sometimes more. It’s a wonderful mixed gathering with people from Northway and surrounding areas and a strong international presence from Vietnam, Taiwan, Germany, Italy, the USA, Australia, Nigeria, South Korea, Malaysia, Singapore, to good ol’ Blighty and the Scottish climbs! We’re also blessed with young, old and the in-betweens.
What happened when the Craft Café invited mothers, daughters and close female friends to spend time crafting, pampering, and enjoying each other’s company?
Sunday the 6th November 2016, the HBC family celebrated 10 years in our new building!!!
The Harvest Fair centred around the theme ‘Buy it. Swap it. Reuse it’ was a lovely relaxed atmosphere with something for everyone and time to try different things with friends or chat with new people.
Finding a local church that will support you throughout your student life in Oxford is vitally important. At Headington Baptist Church (HBC) we aspire to be just that kind of church! Here are a few of the reasons why HBC might be the right church for you:
Earlier this afternoon, we had a stall at the annual Headington Festival in Bury Knowle Park. This was day two of the festival and lots of local organisations came together to get to know the community of Headington. There was food, beer, fun fair and lots of warm sunshine! Our stall had face painting and […]
Headington Baptist Church (HBC) is seeking to appoint a full time minister for the emerging Barton Community Church (BCC). BCC serves the Barton housing estate, on the eastern outskirts of Oxford. It is a ‘Fresh Expression’ of church that is seeking to be a relevant worshiping community for the particular demographic mix of the locality. […]
In February the New to HBC Discipleship Group hosted a walk for Newcomers to HBC around a quiet corner of Boars Hill in the vicinity of Matthew Arnold’s Field. A small, intrepid group braved the thick mud and damp conditions to enjoy a walk through the Winter woodland, spotting a few very early daffodils en […]