A friendly and welcoming parish church, St Oswald's stands at the heart of Fulford village, a southerly suburb of York. We're close to the University, down the road from Imphal barracks, not far from town, and right on the A19, the main route into York from the south.
We have a range of services and activities where we hope people of all ages and backgrounds can make themselves at home, worship and and grow in knowledge of God's love.
The hope and vision of St Oswald's is to know God, and to make him known to others. There's something for everyone, and it's our hope that students and visitors, as well as locals of all ages, will find themselves at home in our church - and at home with God.
Come and join us!
Remembrance Sunday - November 9th
'The centenary of the outbreak of the First World War is both a solemn duty and an opportunity to reflect, one hundred years later, on the folly of war and the horrific human suffering it involves. Sadly our prayers will not just be those of distant remembrance – violent conflict is a brutal reality today. We must pledge ourselves afresh to seek peace and do all we can to prevent the bloodshed which so scars our humanity, and bruises the image of God in all his children.’ Dr John Sentamu, Archbishop of York
You are warmly invited to join us, along with the Fulford branch of the Royal British Legion, for worship at this significant service. 10.30 am on Sunday November 9th.