Church of England Diocese of Oxford St. Barnabas Horton cum Studley

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Limited car parking is possible outside the church in Church Lane

The village defibrillator is located in a BT phone box approximately 100 metres from the church on Horton Hill.

A portable ramp for wheelchair use is located inside the church by the main entrance.

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Our Building

Grade II listed, St Barnabas Church was designed by William Butterfield (1814-1900), the famous Victorian architect, who also designed Keble College, Oxford.


Music and Worship

Organ

Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Each Sunday from 10am to 6pm for private prayer, contemplation or meditation.
The current restrictions are required during the Coronavirus emergency. Visitors are asked to read and follow the safety notices at the church door and inside the church.


Other Features

Donations from our Harvest festival service go to a local foodbank

Otmoor is a site of special scientific interest (sssi), part of which is a major RSPB nature reserve.