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Living Room Prayer and Worship

Living Room

Time in His presence where prayer worship and creativity flow

Next 2016 dates for your diary:
Saturday 5pm to 7pm
25 June
30 July
24 September
29 October
26 November
17 December

Venue: Oasis Church
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Oasis Asian Fellowship

Meets every Sunday from 2.30pm - 4.30pm

Tabla This vibrant Asian fellowship started on 1 March 2015 and meets every Sunday at the time shown above. If you are not going to a church and speak Urdu, Hindi or Punjabi, you are welcome to join in. Click here for more info.

The Glory of God & Revival

Click here to read a message from Pastor Sam and Grace....and here to download a copy of the 'Spring Cleaning' Prayer.

Rev Dr Russ Parker

10.30am Sunday, 2 October 2016

Russ P Rev Dr Russ Parker was Director of the Acorn Christian Healing Foundation from 1995-2013 and was Acorn's International Ambassador in which he was responsible for developing partnerships on listening and reconciliation in 12 nations ranging from Rwanda, Burundi, Hong Kong and the United States.

He is now the Director of 2Restore: Healing Wounded Churches which exists to help churches to resolve and heal their legacies of unhealed stories and their issues and move forward in a renewed ability to flourish as God intends. Russ travels extensively around the UK and abroad, lecturing and teaching in issues connected with Christian Healing and Healthcare, Reconciliation and Church Transformation.

Patricia Bootsma

4-6 November 2015

Friday 8pm
Saturday 2pm & 7.30pm
Sunday 10.30am

Patricia is the Director of the Catch The Fire Toronto House of Prayer in addition to travelling locally and abroad. Patricia and her husband, John Bootsma, are the Airport Lead Campus Pastors. They greatly desire to see the glory and presence of God released in ever greater measures. They help stir up passion for Jesus, the revelation of His soon return and equip believers to walk in fullness of destiny. John and Patricia are the parents of six amazing children.

David Campbell

Sunday, 4 December, 10.30am

Campbell David is Regional Leader of Elim’s Metropolitan East and Metropolitan West regions, where he provides covering and leadership to around 130 churches. He lives in St Albans with his wife Mandy. They have two children, Sophie, who is married to Jamie, and Amy, who is mum to David’s grand-daughter, Nevaeh.

After graduating from Elim Bible College, David was Minister of the Elim church in Ashbourne before moving to St Albans in 1985 to lead City Church. Under David’s leadership, the church grew significantly, bought its own building and became a popular venue for conferences. During his time at St Albans, David’s ministry grew to touch other churches, and he has become a well known conference speaker both in the UK and abroad — particularly in Canada. In 2005 David left City Church to serve as a full-time Regional Leader for Elim.


Bore Hole Project - Nigeria

Borehole Project

During a mission trip to Nigeria in November 2015, a team of seven people from Oasis Church visited Saburi Holy Trinity Anglican Church, just one of the many churches and places visited on that trip. Pastored by a faithful minister, blind from birth, this church in Saburi was to be the location for the drilling of the first of the boreholes for the project embarked on in March 2016.

Matthew and Michelle, members of the original team that went to Nigeria, returned in March this year tasked with the mission to oversee the drilling of four boreholes and six wells in key locations that were lacking clean, drinking water.

Mission to Nigeria

It was so humbling. It was like Christmas daily and even several times a day. This gave new meaning to ‘All my Christmas’s came at once!” Various team members would say, “Just when you think it can’t get any better than this.... it does!!” I likened it to Jesus changing water to wine and keeping the best till last, and the only difference is that we were given the best last over and over again!!!!