A cordon has been set up by police at a church in Oxford.

A blue tent, forensics and at least one unmarked police car with officers have been spotted on the scene on Marston Road, at the entrance to St Clement's Church. 

Representatives from the church have announced on social media that police are responding to an incident that happened in the grounds overnight. 

The church announced on its Facebook page that it had cancelled its 'morning worship and 'musicians’ jamming session' afterwards 'as the police had cordoned off the church grounds, following an incident which occurred overnight.' 

A later update stated the holy communion service will not take place in church, but will be celebrated in the parish this evening (Sunday, November 19) at 6.30pm in the classroom at the St Clement's Centre, Cross Street, Oxford

Police tape remains in place with two uniform officers and a marked police car parked on the pavement on the main road, at the entrance.

Thames Valley Police have been contacted for more information.