About Us

What We Do

We are an inclusive and outward looking church and hub, passionate about individual and community transformation. We meet all together every week on a Sunday, but we also meet in smaller groups and deliver community projects during the week.

What We Believe

The love of God is inclusive, incarnational and calls us to welcome everyone. This gives us a deep sense of hope that things can be transformed. We value questioning and discussion of every aspect of faith and how it applies to our lives. Find out more by clicking on 'About Us' in the top right of the screen.

Where We Are

Our offices, church and some of our community projects are based in Oasis Church Bath (formerly Hay Hill Baptist Church) on the Paragon in Bath, just around the corner from the cafes and restaurants of George Street at the northerly edge of the city centre. Have a look at the map below to find us.

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Breathing Space
Bath Mind's 'Breathing Space' project runs every night of the year in our basement community space at Oasis Church Bath. Breathing Space aims to reduce emotional and psychological distress and offer an alternative to attending Accident & Emergency (A&E) or the Intensive / Crisis Team when people are experiencing or at risk of escalating to a mental health crisis. (more…)
Coffee with Cops
Coffee with Cops brings police officers and the community members they serve together over coffee to discuss issues and learn more about each other. We host regular Coffee with Cops sessions where anyone who would value an informal conversation with a police officer is welcome to come along. We provide the coffee...and usually cake too! If you'd like to know when our next Coffee with Cops session is keep an eye on our social media pages, or email us at welcome@oasisbath.org.
Focus Counselling
We're proud to be home to Focus Counselling, who have been delivering affordable counselling in Bath for over 20 years. Focus work with GP surgeries, drugs and alcohol agencies, housing associations, schools, universities, the police, social services and other counselling agencies to name but a few, but offer counselling to all and have funding available for those who are on a low income. Focus see over 100 clients each week in both Bath and Frome, where they have recently opened a new practice. They work with children, young people and adults. The staff team now numbers 22 and all Focus counsellors are professionally trained to Diploma level or above, regularly supervised and enjoy ongoing supervision and professional development. To find out more about Focus you can visit their website at www.focusbath.com.
Addiction Support Groups
Through our partnerships with Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous, Oasis Church Bath is home to six different addiction support groups. AA and NA provide a range of peer led support for addicts at different stages of their recovery. We offer our building at a significantly discounted rate, without which many of the meetings we host would close down.

Quartet Community Foundation's recent 'Vital Signs' report reveals a 25% increase in drug use in BANES, and the need to focus on early intervention and prevention. Groups such NA and AA help people who are recovering from addiction stay clean and sober, and provide them with the support they need to stop them from going back in active addiction.

To find out more about how to access a meeting and when the meetings run, please visit the relevant website below; Narcotics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous
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Oasis Pantry
Oasis Pantries are part of a growing network of community pantries in Bath, supplying low cost, high quality food each week to local residents.  We’re partnering with Fareshare Southwest, who match up surplus, in-date food with individuals and families on low incomes.   Our Pantry in the city centre is open every Thursday from 1pm-3.30pm in the ground floor of Oasis Church Bath, on The Paragon Our pop-up Pantry in Southdown is open every Monday from 2-4pm, at the Roundhill Centre on Mount Road.  We're really pleased to be partnering with Bath YFC, Southdown Methodist Centre, St Barnabas Church and the YMCA to run this pantry, and we hope to secure funding to enable this to become a permanent pantry later in 2021. If you live or work within approximately a 15 minute walk of either building, and your household income is less than £18,000 a year, then we’d love to invite you to become a member.  All are welcome, and we particularly would like to encourage those who are lone parents or families, who are long term unemployed, from refugees / asylum seekers and immigrants, and anyone working with a support serviceeg. Social workers.  (more…)
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Covid-19 Food Parcel Project

A short time after the COVID-19 pandemic meant we couldn't run our holiday hunger project Make Lunch, we quickly adapted and set up our Food Parcel Project. Between April - August we delivered over 700 food parcels to Make Lunch families and others referred to us by community and statutory organisations. We worked in partnership with the Salvation Army in the who kindly offered us their city centre café for storing and refrigerating food that is supplied to us from Fareshare South West.


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School Shoe Shop
School Shoe Shop

In the UK, 4 million children are living in shoe poverty.This means that they are often wearing shoes that don’t fit properly or aren’t suitable for their needs. Through our existing community work we had many conversations with parents who struggle to provide school shoes for their children, with new shoes costing around £50 a pair in Clarks, and only lasting a few months as children often grow quickly. Despite this need, around 2 million shoes are sent to landfill every single week in the UK, with each pair taking 100 years to biodegrade.

In response, Oasis Hub Bath piloted a school shoes redistribution project for the first time in 2019. Through partnering with local schools, churches and community groups as well as the local media, we put out a call for donations of good quality second hand or new school news to redistribute to families in need rather than ending up in landfill.

We collected over 70 pairs of shoes which were cleaned, polished and prepared for redistribution by a group of volunteers. We partnered with three local schools to distribute vouchers to families that would benefit from receiving a pair of school shoes, then set up a school shoes stall at the summer fairs of each school. We managed to give away 52 pairs of shoes, and any shoes we had left at the end were given to a clothing project, meaning every pair of donated shoes reached a family in need.

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Make Lunch
The scale of holiday hunger is huge, with over 1.2 million children receiving Free School Meals and several million more children living in poverty. It poses an urgent question. What happens to the children in your community during the thirteen weeks of the school holidays? For too many, the food runs out. We run Make Lunch – a food related initiative aiming to reduce holiday hunger by offering free nutritious meals to children and their families in the school holidays.  We started in 2016, and the level of poverty and need has increased significantly since then.  We run holiday clubs for primary aged children and their families in three different locations of the city - Twerton, Southdown and the city centre in each of the school holidays throughout the year.  Each session includes a hot, 2-course meal and a number of enrichment activities. (more…)
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Kinship Carers’ Support Group
We run a Kinship Carers' Support Group with help from BANES Family Placement Team. Kinship care is ‘when a child lives full-time or most of the time with a relative or friend who isn't their parent, usually because their parents aren't able to care for them’. (source: Grandparents plus). There are around 200,000 children in the UK living in kinship care, and approximately 100 kinship carers in BANES. Research shows that around half of children (52%) are in kinship care as a result of parental drug or alcohol misuse, although other reasons include bereavement, imprisonment, parental abuse or neglect and parental ill health. Almost half of children in kinship care have some kind of special needs (49%), most commonly emotional and behavioural difficulties. Despite these complex needs kinship carers often don’t receive the same level of support as foster carers, so our monthly support group provides an important service and enables kinship carers to access vital peer support, as well as being able to talk with social care and be signposted to relevant support and resources. If you'd like to attend the kinship carers group please email us at welcome@oasisbath.org
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Oasis is a movement of volunteers, activists and professionals that works in 36 communities across the UK.  Through our integrated ‘community hub model’, we seek to create a new sense of neighbourhood in communities that had previously been forgotten by society.  We believe that when a community comes together, everyone, regardless of their background and starting point can reach their God-given potential.
Oasis is a global family which collectively works around the world delivering a range of projects and services that help tackle social injustice in whatever form it manifests itself. Read more on the Oasis UK website.
Oasis Hub Bath is a registered charity (no.1138904), a company limited by guarantee (no.7236345) and part of Oasis UK. Registered Office: 1 Kennington Road, London SE1 7QP.