Welcome to Oxon Church Shrewsbury

Welcome to Oxon Church

Welcome to our website- we are so glad you found us!


It’s been a long time since we have been able to meet together to worship God in our church building. Please know that you have very much been in our thoughts and prayers.


We now have plans in place to open the church building for a BCP Communion Service on Sunday 16th August at 9.00am. Sadly, spaces are very limited due to constraints of social distancing in such a small venue and you will need to book a space.


 Please contact our church warden, Alyson Bradney on 01743 850429 to book. Please leave a message and she will get back to you.


The good news is we are continuing with our 11am Morning Praise Live via ZOOM and streamed to our Facebook Page. If you would like to join in, please contact Charlotte the vicar via revcharlotteoxon@gmail.com and she will send you a link. Alternatively contact us via our Facebook page ‘Oxon Parish Church.’


We look forward to meeting with you soon!


Rev Charlotte Gompertz – Vicar

Welcome to Oxon Church

The Vicar, the Reverend Charlotte Gompertz, welcomes you to the community of Christ Church, Shelton with Oxon, often referred to simply as Oxon Church. We are a thriving group, with an enthusiastic congregation, located in the heart of Shelton with Oxon. For your satnav, our postcode is SY3 5AH and we’re immediately opposite the Ego at the Grapes. Do feel free to pop in for a chat, or contact the vicar either by phone on 01743 235 369 or by e-mail at revcharlotteoxon@gmail.com 

Christ Church Shelton and Oxon is committed to Safeguarding and has adopted the National and Diocesan Safeguarding Policies.

Our Safeguarding Coordinator is Susan Winwood and can be contacted by sending an email to welcome@oxonchurch.co.uk

Oxon Church Services

Sunday: 9.30 am – Traditional Holy Communion using the Book of Common Prayer and alternating weekly with Common Worship which is in modern English. It is a Communion service each week and is led by the vicar, organist and choir.

Sunday: 11 am – Morning Praise. The style is more contemporary. It has modern music and the structure is much looser, to allow for a much more flexible pattern. It is more relaxed and less formal than a traditional service and Communion is shared on the 3rd Sunday of every month.

Sunday: 6.00 pm – Reflections.This means we meet to pray and study the Bible in an informal setting. Anyone can ask any question and it is a time for listening to one another and God.


Wednesdays: 11 am in the Hall for Communion followed by tea, coffee, and delicious biscuits. The pattern alternates between Book of Common Prayer and Common Worship.