There's a whole host of stuff going on each week at Ozzy Road. Here's a brief overview of all our weekly events.
Sunday mornings service starts around 10:45am. Join us for honest worship, inspiring teaching and sharing with others.
Worship and the Word is an occasional Sunday evening event where we give time and space for reflective worship, reading the bible, artistic responses and being open to the way the Holy Spirit leads us. Keep an eye on the calendar for details.
Ozzy Road Tuesdays give an opportunity to meet in smaller groups where deeper relationships can be built, in the form of a regular pattern of:
- Family Groups. Times vary. Meeting in people's homes for food, breaking bread, prayer and fellowship. See Marilyn Smith for details.
- Interactive bible study. Tuesdays 7.30-8.30pm. Bible study in the church lounge over coffee and homemade cakes with a focus on exploring the bible together and learning from each other's insight and experience. See Graham Watkins for details.
- Prayer meetings.
- Church meetings. Four times a year we gather to make important decisions about the life and future of Ozzy Road Church, believing that God will meet us and lead us as we gather.
Mondays 6-7pm: Dance and Drama open to children and young people.
Mondays 7-9pm: Toast for young people at secondary school.
Wednesday 5.30-6.45pm: Kids Club for children at primary school.
First Wednesday of the month 5.30pm: Messy Church for children, young people and their families.
Friday 7-9pm: Youth club for children at secondary school.
Tuesdays 10.30am-12.30: Dove Project food and advice.
Wednesdays 10am-12noon at St Chads Centre, St Chads Road: Jubilee Project debt and welfare advice.
Wednesdays 1-3pm: Recovery Project food, friendship, advice and prayer.
Thursdays 6-8pm: Storehouse meal, friendship.
Derby Churches Nightshelter: Ozzy Road is part of a rolling night shelter on Saturday nights during the coldest winter months.
Street Pastors: a number of members at Ozzy Road are part of this project supporting the night time economy 10pm-4am on Friday and Saturday nights.
Healing on the Streets: a number of members of Ozzy Road are part of this city centre project offering prayer for healing to passers by on Saturdays.