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On the first Saturday of every month All Saints Highfield is hosting a ceilidh inside the Church!
All ages are welcome.

We hope these dances will bring joy and add to the community spirit of Headington!

The dances will be simple and there will be a caller, so this is an ideal activity for novices to country dancing. Light refreshments and water will be provided.

We look forward to meeting you.

£2 entry -
Cash or card

Dances in 2022
Saturday 3rd September
Saturday 1st October- Autumn Ball/ Formal Attire/ Black tie for this event/ £10 a ticket which can be bought on the night. 

Ball invitation to use 3

If you are coming from across Oxford, St Ebbes Headington have kindly said we can use their car park for each ceilidh. 30 - 34 Lime Walk, OX3 7AE. If you park at St Ebbes Headington, All Saints Church is roughly a 2 minute walk from this car park. If you can remove your car after the ceilidh from the car park that would be helpful, so we can lock it up at around 9:30pm. 

For more information contact Charlotte, at

NB: All minors must ask their parents' or guardian's permission before attending. Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult.


Planning your Visit

A Warm Welcome

We are a Church of England parish church in the central area of Headington, Oxford.

What will happen?

Our worship is traditional, joyful and friendly. The service lasts for about an hour.

You can read more about our beliefs and worship here. You are welcome to join in as much as you like - or just listen quietly if you prefer.

We celebrate communion every week. All who profess belief in the Lord Jesus Christ and who have been baptised are warmly invited to participate with us in the Lord’s Supper.

Where and When?

We meet at All Saints church building (details here) for our Sunday Service starting at 10:00am. When you arrive, you will be greeted by one of our sidespersons who will give you a service booklet, a bulletin and a hymn book. There is no need to book.

What should I wear? 

You will find people in t-shirts and jeans and others in suits and dresses. Come in whatever you find most comfortable.

Is the church accessible?

There is wheelchair access via ramp at the south door. We have a sound loop for anyone who needs it - please let one of the Welcome Team know on your arrival and they will help you to get set up. 

Do you have toilets?

Yes! There is one toilet, fully accessible and with baby change facilities, downstairs.

What about children?

We welcome children at all our services and we encourage them to participate in our worship. Of course, we understand that babies and young children sometimes need a break - so we have a children's corner at the back where parents can take children when necessary.  There are also often activities put on for children during the sermon. You can read more here
But please don’t worry if your little ones make some noise. No-one in the congregation will mind. Quite the opposite!        

Do you serve tea & coffee?

You are really welcome to stay for tea, coffee and biscuits after the 10am service. 

Get in touch with us
If you would like to discuss your visit - or come and see the church beforehand - you are more than welcome! Get in touch and we can arrange a time that suits you.
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Comments / Questions or anything you would like to say?

Next, we will contact you by email to say hello and help arrange anything necessary for your visit.
We hope that whoever you are, you will feel at home at our church.