Oasis Church Perth

  • Is anyone thirsty? Come! All who will, come and drink; drink freely of the Water of Life REV 22.17

  • Is anyone thirsty? Come! All who will, come and drink; drink freely of the Water of Life REV 22.17

  • Is anyone thirsty? Come! All who will, come and drink; drink freely of the Water of Life REV 22.17


Oasis Church serves Scotland’s newest city, Perth, and the surrounding area by seeking to live and demonstrate the life of Jesus Christ, and to establish a place of spiritual refreshment, healing and love, open to all.

During the Covid-19 crisis our meetings have been suspended. We are posting regular teaching online; to get a flavour of who we are, please see our Facebook page 


Visitors are very welcome at Oasis, and we hope you will enjoy our loving, family atmosphere.

Oasis is a church for people who are hungry for God. Every time we meet together we want to encounter the Living God. First, through passionate praise and worship, pressing together into His presence and pouring out our love for the Lord. Then to enjoy Him as He expresses His fatherly love to us through the gifts of the Holy Spirit, in prophecy, revelations, shared scriptures and prophetic songs.

As a church that seeks to value both Word and Spirit, in our preaching we seek to have an encounter with God’s truth, expressed in His Word, the Bible. Revelation of truth transforms our lives and brings us into increasing and ongoing freedom. If you are hungry for God we invite you to visit Oasis, to come and drink and join us as we pursue life changing encounters with Jesus. There are opportunities to receive prayer ministry either during or after every service.

Our pastor Robert spoke a few weeks ago about Oasis Vision and Values – here’s the link to the teaching notes, and of course you will also find it in the audio section of the site:

Oasis Vision. July 2019

In the AUDIO section of our web site you will find items which will give you a flavour of who we are, what we believe, where we are coming from. Please dip in!

We hold a variety of mid-week meetings, usually on a Friday evening. We have a monthly extended worship evening, inviting the presence of the Holy Spirit.



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This Week

every sunday  – at 3.00 pm on Facebook Live. A 20 minute worship time, followed by some short teaching.

every friday – at 2.00 pm – a short teaching time – “Calling the thirsty“. On our Facebook Page


Regular meeting at The New Manna House, Old High Street, at 11.00.  Meet for worship, Bible-based teaching and healing prayer  suspended till further notice

Teaching series

2020 Spring Teaching Series – Keep your eyes on Jesus!

God is a builder and he has an ongoing building project. His project is to have a dwelling place on the earth. He wants to live among his people in order to bring blessing to many more people.

 Ephesians 2:21-22 are key verses for us at Oasis Church.

In him the whole building is joined together and rises to become a holy temple in the Lord. And you too are being build together to become a dwelling in which God lives by his Spirit.


Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified, do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go. Joshua 1:9.

Jesus still brings new life, forgiveness, freedom from oppression and sickness and hope to all who respond to his love. The purpose of this teaching series is for us to get to know him better and to experience his kingdom rule breaking into our lives and the lives of those we love.

Join us on this faith building adventure because this Jesus, our Jesus,  is the same, yesterday, today and forever!

Let us become your dwelling place, Lord.



To come soon – Robert speaking on Living in the Major and Minor Keys of Life. Embracing the #s and flats that life brings along. It will be one of his talks with musical illustrations.


Don’t forget – Some of Robert’s teaching is available in the media section of our web site. And of course all Robert’s teaching notes are available.

In addition, his series on Scotland’s Revival History is in the Blog pages.




Coming Up

No events are happening this week at this time.