Our first diocesan carbon emissions report reveals that churches have managed to reduce their net carbon emissions by 11% since 2019.
The Diocese of Oxford will extend its commitment to mutual support following the success of its 2020 initiative. The diocese will allocate a further £1.5m to support the five Church of England dioceses in most financial need.
Nine parishes, across the Thames Valley, have been awarded grants to support a range of local church and community projects in the thirteenth round of the Development Fund.
A former Natwest Bank building is having a £4m make-over to become a new community hub Chipping Norton.
The Creation Crew, at St Andrew's Church, High Wycombe, is a diverse group who enjoy the local environment and want to help care for it.
The June meeting of Oxford Diocesan Synod took time to discuss how we can best support children, families and schools. Members also considered a revised environmental motion for General Synod and the draft 2024 budget.
The Oxford Academy serves the deprived communities of Littlemore, Rose Hill and Blackbird Leys.
At St George’s Church, Little Chalfont, a new congregation for non-church-going families welcomes 30-50 people each month.
13 parishes, across the Thames Valley, have been awarded grants to support a range of local church and community projects.
The Diocese of Oxford launches a brand-new contemplation and reflection resource for families with young children to enjoy exploring and journeying together in faith.