Oasis Church Waterloo is part of the wider Oasis family here in the UK and around the world. Read on to find out more on what Oasis stands for and achieves today.
You don’t have to look very far in this world to see the injustice that surrounds us – there’re a lot of people living difficult lives in even more difficult situations.
We don't think that's the way it should be, so we’re doing all we can to confront this injustice in practical ways – from pioneering secondary schools in the UK to helping women trapped in prostitution in India.
As part of the Oasis family, we believe that being a 'hub for the community' in every way - spiritually, socially, emotionally, physically - is what Jesus had in mind for church to be. Because people matter to God.
In fact, Oasis has been pioneering life-transforming housing, healthcare, education and youth work initiatives in various countries around the globe for thirty years.
We want to see a just and inclusive world, in which everyone (and we mean everyone) has equal opportunity to reach their potential. We're motivated by our Christian faith to serve people regardless of their faith, ethnicity, sexuality or gender as we work with them to transform communities by promoting inclusion and confronting injustice.
We know that this could sound like a bit of a pipe dream – changing the world, promoting inclusion, confronting injustice - but what does it actually mean?