Welcome to St Saviour's Oxton

Location Details

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

  • First Sundays: 8.00am and 10.45am
    Other Sundays: 9.15am and 10.45am
    Choral Evening Services as advertised

  • 0151 653 3366

  • office@oxtonstsaviour.co.uk

We are delighted to be hosting at St Saviour’s the Birkenhead Deanery Confirmation Service at 6.00pm on Sunday 22 March.

The Acting Bishop of Chester will preside and preach.

Our Confirmation Preparation Course for adults will take place at the Vicarage, 8pm—9pm, over three Fridays: 28 Feb, 6 Mar, 13 Mar. This is open to all adult members of our congregation. Simply turn up!

Vasily Petrenko in discussion with Kenneth Baird.

8.00pm, Friday 21 Feb, at St Saviour’s Parish Centre.
Tickets at £6 are now on sale – contact our Parish Office.
No tickets for this event will be on sale at the door.
All are welcome!

Today's Prayer

Almighty God,
you have created the heavens and the earth
and made us in your own image:
teach us to discern your hand in all your works
and your likeness in all your children;
through Jesus Christ your Son our Lord,
who with you and the Holy Spirit reigns supreme over all things,
now and for ever.

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.

For more information, including information on PCR2, click on the links below.


Welcome to Gesimatide – a little bridging season of less than a month, in which we change gears between Christmas and Lent. This little season, which dates back to the 5th Century, gives us an opportunity to take stock and to spring clean our prayer lives as we prepare to keep company with Christ through the approaching time of Lent.

What's the point of Lent?

Lots of us give up things for Lent. But what’s the point?

This site is under construction

We apologize if you were unable to find the information you were looking for.