“In 2017 we moved to Oxford, a city we love full of diversity and colour, to be part of starting up a new charity and church called Hope Vineyard.
We hoped to gather a group of people who valued compassion, justice, generosity, and were excited about learning to live unhurried lives full of purpose and meaning. Hope Vineyard continues to be a church that practices living in this way.
Our inspiration is Jesus, but you are invited to be a part of things whether you know anything about Jesus or not. There are no barriers to you finding home with us. Regardless of your age, background, questions or doubts; if you’re curious about the idea of a God who cares and has plans for you or you simply want to be part of making a difference in your community, then get in touch.
We’d love to hear from you.”
Josh and Katie (Leaders, Hope Vineyard, est.2017)
“Inspiring creativity and play through reuse; Orinoco is a charity, based in Oxford, UK, committed to banishing boredom and saving the world.
We are here for everyone: mums, dads, children, young people, teachers, childcare professionals, artists… We’ll help you play, create and decorate at low cost, in style and in a way that is environmentally responsible.
You don’t have to be a member to come to Orinoco, nor on a reduced budget, local, a teacher or an artist. Just come along to the store, shop and join in the fun.
Mercy in Action works to alleviate the suffering of children living in poverty in the Philippines through feeding, education, shelter and love.
Our dream is to see an end to the abandonment, abuse and trafficking of children, and to see their lives restored and their communities transformed.
Sue Ryder supports people through the most difficult times of their lives. For over 65 years our doctors, nurses and carers have given people the compassion and expert care they need to help them live the best life they possibly can.
Come along to our fantastic Sue Ryder Templar Square shop which is in the Templars Square shopping centre, Oxford. Our shop is situated next door to Greggs the baker at the east end of the shopping centre.
Selling a wide range of donated items for the charity.