St Thomas the Martyr Church in St Thomas Quarter of Oxford, is nestled in a beautiful churchyard very close to Oxford train station, Said Business School and just behind The Jam Factory. The earliest part of the Church dates from 1190 and it is one of the most famous parishes in the Anglican Church in Oxford, especially given its close connection with the Oxford Movement. The church is named after St Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury. He was martyred in 1170.

The Church is no longer a parish in its own right, but is a Chapel-of-Ease of the Parish of St Barnabas Jericho. It is staffed by the Vicar and other clergy of St Barnabas.

At the moment, there are two regular Anglican services a week at St Thomas: Wednesday and Friday at 12.30pm. Everyone is welcome. We share the Church with the Romanian Orthodox Community of St John Cassian.

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Below are details of Holy Week and Easter services at St Thomas.