Support OSC

There are many ways to support the work of Oxford Schools Chaplaincy and we are very grateful for each person and every church that contributes to the lives of teachers and students in schools around Oxfordshire.

Prayer Support

Prayer is one of the most important aspects of our work. We appreciate your prayers and invite you to pray with us every Thursday morning during term time. Please contact our prayer co-ordinator for more details about times and venue.

"It has been so encouraging to meet with a group of like-minded people to pray for the work of OSC over the last year and a half. Over this time the group has grown from 3 or 4, to 11 people, from different churches, who regularly come and pray. We bring to God the work of OSC in schools: Christian Unions, lessons given on a variety of Christian topics, and other concerns such as raising support for OSC in terms of volunteers, prayer, financial giving and support for teachers and parents. It has been wonderful to see how God has answered prayer and created many opportunities for His word to go out."

Kim Thornley, OSC prayer co-ordinator

Annual Prayer for Schools Event

Oxford Schools Chaplaincy hosts an Annual Prayer for Schools event and we love to encourage ongoing prayer for schools. Our next event is happening on Monday 16th October, 7.30pm-9pm at Woodstock Road Baptist Church. The prayer points can be accessed here, following the event. Please do have a read of the many prayer prompts (links to follow) and please keep praying for our schools. 

Practical Support

Do you have a background in teaching or lesson planning? Are you keen to be back in the classroom? Would you like to be a contact person for Oxford Schools Chaplaincy at your church? Are you in a position to volunteer in the office? There are so many ways to give practical support and we would love to hear from you.


If you would like to support Oxford Schools Chaplaincy financially, there are several easy and secure ways to do so. It is also easy to gift-aid your donation online. You can find out more here.