Oxenton is at the northernmost end of our Benefice, in the parish of Woolstone with Gotherington and Oxenton. Slightly bigger than Woolstone, it's still a small community with just about 30 homes and 4 farms: but it has a very impressive village hall and a good-sized church with an enormous tower. One might wonder how it all came to be here, and some of the story at least rests with Lord Ellenborough of Southam. Despite having restored Southam he's actually buried here in a family mausoleum alongside his son Captain Richard.
Click here for an accurate map of Woolstone with Gotherington and Oxenton parish.
1st Sunday at 11.15 - Parish Communion at Oxenton
2nd Sunday at 11.15 - Parish Communion at Woolstone
3rd Sunday at 08.00 - Communion (BCP) at Oxenton
and at 11.15 - All Age Family Service at Gotherington Church Centre
4th Sunday at 11.15 - Parish Communion at Woolstone
5th Sunday - as announcedOccasionally we vary the pattern, so we encourage you to look at Calendar of Worship Services for up-to-date information. We also publish details at A Church Near You - Woolstone, St Martin de Tours; but in any case please feel free to contact the Church Office for any query about Christian life in Oxenton.