About Us:

We are an independent assembly of believers in the Lord Jesus Christ. We believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God and that through repentance and faith in Him, all may receive eternal life and the forgiveness of sins. We hold to all the fundamentals of the evangelical faith as outlined in the Word of God the Bible. If you would like to read some articles on Bible doctrines on this site please Click here. Alternatively, if you want to know more about God’s way of salvation, read God’s Way of Salvation or listen to gospel sermons here.

The following meetings take place weekly in Hebron Gospel Hall:

The Breaking of Bread (Sundays 10.30am to 12:00noon)
The first meeting of the week is based on the request of the Lord Jesus just prior to His death that His disciples should break bread and drink the cup “in remembrance of Me” (1 Cor 11:23-26). The New Testament practice was do this each Sunday (Acts 20:7). The first hour of the meeting is for worship and congregational singing. Without pre-arrangement, the meeting is open for men in fellowship to stand and lead the congregation in praise to God for His Son the Lord Jesus Christ. This is followed by members of the assembly partaking of the bread and wine. A brief Bible message and announcements of future activities concludes the meeting. Coffee and refreshments are served in the kitchen from 12:00noon to 12.45pm.

Sunday School (Sundays 12.45 to 1.45pm)
Sunday School is taught in the main Hall. Young people from ages 3 upwards are catered for in activites that include singing, Bible verse memorisation, quizzes and Bible stories. During term time we also have a meeting for children on Tuesday evenings from 6.30-7.30pm. In addition there’s a Friday evening monthly event for teenagers, called ‘Truthseekers’. Click here for more information about our youth activities.

Bible Class (Sundays 1.00pm to 1:45pm)
This meeting is held in the minor Hall concurrent with the Sunday School. Different speakers present doctrinally and practically themed messages from the Bible each week designed to edify and encourage Christians in their daily Christian walk with God.

Gospel Meeting (Sundays 6:30 pm to 7:30 pm)
At the gospel meeting, held in the main Hall, a speaker or two will bring messages from the Bible designed to highlight the Bible’s call to repent from sin and personally receive Jesus Christ as Saviour and Lord. There will be a couple of congregational hymns but the meeting is otherwise non-interactive. No pressure is put on the audience to join, to pay money (no collections are taken) or in any way feel the need to participate. However, the opportunity for personal conversation is always available should visitors desire it.

Midweek Prayer & Bible Study (Thusdays 7:30 to 9:00pm)
This meeting is divided into two equal halves; the first for prayer and the latter for systematic Bible study and Bible teaching. The Bible study is opened by an overview of the topic or chapter, followed by a detailed discussion. Bible teaching will take the form of exposition of Bible chapters or topics. Please check “This week” on our homepage for details.

Open Air Preaching (usually on the 3rd Saturday of each month 11.00am-12.00noon)
Once a month on a Saturday we preach the gospel in Sheep Street in the centre of Bicester, or we may on occasions spend the time doing leaflet drops of gospel literature in areas of Bicester and surrounding towns and villages.

Aside from these weekly meetings, special series of meetings and conferences are held frequently. Details are updated here.

To get in touch with us, here are our contact details:

Hebron Gospel Hall, 32a Banbury Road, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX26 2HJ

Email: info@hebrongospelhall.org

Phone: Michael Penfold on 07849 882702 or 01869 277300 or Graham Keene on 01869 252295

Banbury Road Bicester 1960Banbury Road, Bicester, c. 1960

We began in 1965 in the village of Wendlebury, Oxfordshire, moving to our current site at 32a Banbury Rd in Bicester the late 1960’s, when Bicester’s population was a little over 5,000 (now over 35,000). The 200 seater Gospel Hall was built in the early 1970’s. Situated right in the centre of Bicester, the assembly in Hebron Gospel Hall has preached the gospel in the town and surrounding villages through Sunday Schools, Open Air meetings, Gospel Tents, Billboards and leaflet distribution for over 50 years.

001 The Upper Room
The Upper Room, 1965
004 Gospel Tent on Car Park
Gospel Tent, Banbury Road, 1968
Conference 1969 LARGE
August Bible Conference, 1969
006 Preaching in Market Square
Preaching in Market Square, 1971
005 Eternity Where poster
Eternity Billboard, London Rd, 1971
010 Mobile Gospel Hall Boston Road Bridge 1975
Portable Gospel Hall Boston Rd 1975
August Readings 1986
August Bible Conference, 1986
024 Hebron Gospel Hall Doc
A visit from Harold Paisley in 2002
Gospel Tent, Sunday School 2014
Gospel Tent, Sunday School, 2014
024 Hebron Gospel Hall Doc
Easter Conference 2015
Gospel Tent, 2016
Gospel Tent, 2016
024 Hebron Gospel Hall Doc
Easter Conference 2017

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