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The latest news and features from the Diocese of Oxford. To contact the press office, please call 01865 208 277 (out of hours 07824 906 839) or email

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Introducing our Deanery Environmental Leads

First published on: 7th June 2023

Fifteen Deanery Environmental Leads support local churches to care for creation.

The gift of chaplaincy

First published on: 1st June 2023

Over 50 chaplains from across the dicoese gathered for a Chaplains’ Conference in the research centre at Christ Church.

Oxfordshire priest celebrates platinum anniversary

First published on: 31st May 2023

The Revd Michael Campling has celebrated 70 years of ordained ministry.

New Director of Property for the Diocese of Oxford

First published on: 30th May 2023

Sophie Orme has been appointed as the new Director of Property.

Torch touching lives in Reading

First published on: 29th May 2023

For more than two years twelve churches in Reading have been working together on the Torch project.

PACT’s adoption services rated outstanding for third time

First published on: 25th May 2023

Adoption and support services for adoptive families run by Parents And Children Together (PACT) have been rated outstanding by Ofsted for the third successive inspection.

Bishop Gavin visits Church of South India

First published on: 24th May 2023

The Bishop of Dorchester, the Rt Revd Gavin Collins, visited world mission partners in the Church of South India in May.

Dominic Grieve KC completes governance review of Christ Church, Oxford

First published on: 17th May 2023

Dominic Grieve KC has completed his independent review of the governance of Christ Church, Oxford, and a report setting out recommendations to the Governing Body. We look forward to engaging with its conclusions in the coming months.

Contemplating rural beauty

First published on: 16th May 2023

A wildlife-friendly contemplation garden has helped St Giles’ church, Great Coxwell to an Eco-Church Bronze Award from A Rocha UK.

School Chaplaincy for deprived Inner Oxford

First published on: 10th May 2023

The Oxford Academy serves the deprived communities of Littlemore, Rose Hill and Blackbird Leys.

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