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Intercultural mission in Slough

First published on: 7th February 2022

The Rt Revd Capt Dr Tim Wambunya and Markus Marshall discuss intercultural mission and ministry work.

New Chaplain amongst the Deaf Community

First published on: 13th January 2022

We are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Chaplain amongst Deaf People, the Revd Dr Hannah Lewis.

New Dean to UK minority ethnic Chapter

First published on: 3rd November 2021

The Reverend Canon Janet Binns has been appointed as Dean to the new UK Minority Ethnic Chapter in the Diocese of Oxford.

Mental Health Awareness Workshops for Clergy

First published on: 3rd June 2021

Mental Health Awareness Workshops for Clergy. Mental Health Awareness Half-Day Workshop We are all very aware that the past year has taken its toll on the mental health of many.

Ministry for the Deaf

First published on: 23rd May 2019

Ministry for the Deaf. The Door tells the stories of some of those involved with churches that cater specifically for the deaf and hard of hearing in the Thames Valley.

Tea parties "fill the gap" for people with mental health issues

First published on: 21st May 2019

Tea parties "fill the gap" for people with mental health issues. A HUGE array of cakes are on offer as a variety of people, many with mental health problems, relax and chat together at Alice's Mad Hatter Tea Party in Oxford.

The Church and disability

First published on: 27th February 2019

The Church and disability. The Door gives a snapshot of projects involving people with disabilities State-of-the-art new centre to be built in Oxfordshire A NEW centre for people with disabilities in Oxfordshire is to be built after Government cut-backs left provision severely lacking.

Mental health: not just confined to life on land

First published on: 25th January 2019

Mental health: not just confined to life on land. A life on the ocean waves can be a challenging one.

Expectations of inclusion and respect

First published on: 31st October 2018

four bishops from one of the largest dioceses in the Church of England have written to 1,500 ministers setting out the bishops' expectations of inclusion and respect for all and announces a new LGBTI+ chaplaincy team.

Responding to loneliness

First published on: 20th December 2017

Responding to loneliness. Increasing numbers of church leaders cite loneliness as a significant problem according to a 2014 Church Urban Fund survey.

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