St Saviour's Church

Our Parish Church is open for Public Worship. Before coming to church, please click the button below and read important information.

In addition, we invite you to join us for Online Worship each week.

Location Details

  • St Saviour’s Parish Church
    Bidston Road
    Oxton, Wirral
    CH43 2JZ

  • Sunday Services at our Parish Church: 8.00am; 9.15am; 10.45am.
    Online Sunday Service: 9.15am
    Sunday Telephone Message (0151 318 0581)

  • 07597 018001

  • office@oxtonstsaviour.co.uk

Messy Easter Photographs

Worship by Telephone

No internet access? Call 0151 318 0581 to listen to a sermon and prayers from Oxton St Saviour’s Church

Standard rates for calling an 0151 number apply

If you know someone who would like to keep in touch with Church in this way, please pass the message on

Online Worship

Join us each Sunday at 9.15am for our Online Choral Eucharist

Joining our Electoral Roll

If you are a member of our church community and have not yet signed up for our electoral roll, we’d love to invite you to join us!

Joining our electoral roll is a way of saying ‘I belong’.

Contacting us

Everyone who works from our Parish Office
is currently working from home

To contact us, please email us
at office@oxtonstsaviour.co.uk

If you’re unable to email,
please telephone our Parish Office
on 07597 018001

Staying in touch

Click the buttons below to keep in touch with what’s happening in our church’s life

Our Commitment to Safeguarding

Our PCC is committed to the protection of children, young people and vulnerable adults. The parish’s safeguarding team are: Miss Jan Taylor (Parish Safeguarding Officer); Mrs Lis Lane; the Revd Dr Joe Kennedy (Vicar). To contact our safeguarding team, email Jan at safeguarding@oxtonstsaviour.co.uk, or telephone the Vicarage at (0151) 652 2402.

A helping hand

Information about accessing help during the current crisis and
about volunteering to help others

COVID-19 Information

Click on the link below for COVID-19 information for the Wirral, updated by Wirral Council on 19 March