The Catholic Church of St Edmund of Abingdon and St Frideswide
More commonly known as 'Greyfriars', St Edmund and St Frideswide is a Roman Catholic Church located on Iffley Road, Oxford. The church and parish fall within the Archdiocese of Birmingham, and the church is home to a large number of active parishioners. On this website, you can find out about who we are, when we meet and what we can do for you. Do not hesitate to get in contact by phone (on 01865 256750), by email, or by visiting us in person at: The Friary, 182 Iffley Road, Oxford, OX4 1SB.
Saturday 21st December 5.00pm: Reconciliation Service (with Confessions)
Sunday 22nd December 3.00pm: Service of Lessons and Carols Christmas Eve (Tuesday 24th December) 11.00am – 12.00pm: Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confessions) 6.00pm: First Mass of Christmas, with live Nativity 11.30pm: Service of Readings and Carols (Office of Readings) 12.00am: Midnight Mass Christmas Day (Wednesday 25th December) 9.00am: Dawn Mass 11.00am: Day Mass Please note that there is no evening Mass on Christmas Day
Boxing Day (Thursday 26th December) 10.00am Mass of St Stephen New Year’s Eve (Tuesday 31st December) 11.30pm: Vigil Mass of Mary, Mother of God From 27th December until 1st January, weekday Masses will be at 8.00am in the Friary Chapel (182 Iffley Road)
Disclaimer on Photographs
Unless otherwise stated, all photographs are courtesy of Ed Webster. His work is licenced under Creative Commons v2.0 and can be found here. No changes, unless otherwise stated, have been made to his original photographs. The church accepts that it holds no copyright over his photos. The exact licence of the photographs can be found here. All of Mr Webster's photos used here, are from his flikr account, and his album, 'Oxford Open Doors 2012'. The author of this website, and the church would like to thank Mr Webster for uploading his beautiful photos under the CCv2.0 licence. The title for all of the photos used on this website are: 'St Edmund and St Frideswide Church, Oxford'. Photos that were not taken by Mr Webster are indicated as such underneath the photograph, by the footer 'courtesy of '. These photos have been kindly allowed to be used on the website by members of the parish, however the author of this website and the church would like to note that the website, and the church makes no claim to owning the copyright to any photos on the website. Once again, the author of this website would like to thank Mr Webster & everyone who contributed to the photos on this website.
"Where a man's heart is, there is his treasure also"