Barton Community Church seeks to be authentic community bringing hope to the heart of Barton through making Jesus known. We’re a diverse community of around 40 people who call Barton ‘home’ – some who’ve lived here all their lives and others who’ve moved onto the estate to be a part of this community.
As a church, we’ve been here since 2010 joining in with what God is doing in this estate. We were set up by Headington Baptist Church and continue to be part of that church. Come and meet our church family and say hello and you’ll feel welcome and – more often than not – enjoy some food with us. You’d be welcome anytime.
So, come and visit on a Sunday or get in touch using the details at the bottom.
Some of our values
We are Family
We don’t wait until Sunday to see each other. Each of us has something to contribute. We’re sticking together.
Whatever your story, there is space for you. We want you to feel welcomed, included and to know that you belong here.
We care for each other
if you need a lift, jump in; if you need help, we’re there; if it’s your birthday, here’s a cake
We eat together
if we’re meeting together, we’re normally eating together
Some of our People
Paul live in Barton with his Wife Dawn. Paul was previously based in Birmingham. Paul trained as an Elim Church Minister
Judy has lives in barton and is a founding member of Barton Community Church. Judy lives with her husband Sam and daughter Adah
Darren has been involved with Barton Community Church since the beginning and is heavily involved in supporting people in the community. Darren is married to Daphne who is also part of BCC
Leadership Team Chair and church treasurer
Robin lives in Barton with his Wife Debs, and children Judah and Josie. .
Thrive Team Leader and Leadership Team+ member
Sam lives in Barton with his wife, Erica and daughter Ibby. BCC partners with Thrive, a christian youth work charity.
Leadership Team Member
Erica lives in Barton with husband Sam, and daughter Ibby.
Leadership Team+ member
Dan co-ordinated the worship at BCC and helps to run a small group.