Oakleigh Community Church

Welcome to Oakleigh Community Church. Our story is one of pursuing the presence of God, and loving our community extravagantly, for the sake of making many disciples of Jesus.

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Seb Cummings

168-170 Oakleigh Road North, Whetstone, London N20 0UG

Leader, Oakleigh Community Church
020 8343 6138

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Sunday Morning Service

Every Sunday at for 1 hour, 30 mins
Oakleigh Community Church
168-170 Oakleigh Road North Whetstone, N20 0UG, United Kingdom

The Sunday Service starts at 10:30 am and lasts for 90 minutes. Pre-service prayer takes place from 9:45am, and coffee and pastries is available from 10:10am.

We also have a Sunday evening service which takes place every other week (see calendar for dates). This starts at 6pm.

Worship, Teaching & Ministry
Worship is our priority, and all that we do on Sundays is about worshiping Jesus - from the coffee and pastries to the ministry time. During our worship, or in response to the teaching, we will usually make space to pray for people as is appropriate.

Children and Youth
Every week we have children's ministry from ages 4-11, and youth ministry for ages 11-15. Every other week, we have Youth Plus, which is for young people aged 15 upwards. All of our groups gather with the whole church for worship, before then going to their various rooms. Our children's and youth workers are easy to spot as they wear blue OCC t-shirts, and orange lanyards. They will be present as you come to the service, so that you know who will be leading your children. We also have a family room available with soft play and refreshments, and a live stream of the service. This is for any children who might need some space during the service.

168-170 Oakleigh Road North
Whetstone London N20 0UG
At the top of Russell Lane


We are accountable to our sending church’s PCC, St Barnabas and are committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults. We want our children and young people to thrive, have fun and meet with God – all in a safe environment. We adhere to the London Diocese Safeguarding Policy which is contained in ‘Promoting a Safer Diocese’ (2018) and further guidance can be sought from the National Church’s Safeguarding Policies and Practice Guidance. Our CSOs, clergy and parish staff refer to the National Church’s Parish Safeguarding Handbook for advice on responding to concerns.

Every person has a value and dignity which comes directly from the creation of male and female in God’s own image and likeness. Christians see this potential as fulfilled by God’s re-creation of us in Christ. This implies a duty to value all people as bearing the image of God and therefore to protect them from harm. We accept and endorse the principles set out in the House of Bishops ‘Promoting a Safer Church’ safeguarding policy and practice guidance to;

Promote a safer environment and culture.
Enable and ensure safe recruitment practice and support all those within the Church with any responsibility related to children, young people and vulnerable adults.
Respond promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation.
Offer pastoral care to victims/survivors of abuse and other affected persons.
Offer pastoral care to those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons.
Respond to those who may pose a present risk to others.

The PCC of this Church agreed and adopted the above Policy at its meeting on 18 March 2019.

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