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Celebrating Plough Sunday in Oving

First published on: 13th January 2023

An outdoor service at All Saints Church, in Oving, celebrated the start of the agricultural year.


Burnham’s Silver Eco Church

First published on: 29th November 2022

St Peter’s Church, Burnham, is one of 14 churches in the diocese with the Silver Eco Church award from A Rocha.


Bishops confirm 79 people across the diocese

First published on: 25th November 2022

In a host of special services across the diocese, 79 people of all ages were confirmed on Sunday 20 November on the Feast Day of Christ the King.


New Team Rector at Dorchester Abbey

First published on: 24th November 2022

The Revd Jane Willis has been appointed as the new Team Rector of Dorchester and Vicar of Warborough in the Dorchester Team.


Let there be light

First published on: 24th May 2022

St Lawrence's Bradwell uses lead theft as an opportunity to fundraise to improve the lighting inside the building at the same time as replacing the roof.


Pilgrim Paths

First published on: 10th May 2022

A new Pilgrimage Paths walking series in the Bicester and Islip deanery was launched on Sunday 1 May seeking to connect local people with one another and with the history of their 35 parish churches.


Growing a community garden

First published on: 27th April 2022

The Revd Pete Wheeler, vicar at St Peter's Aylesbury, shares his experience of developing a community garden and how you can too.


Church refurb as a catalyst for community welcome

First published on: 6th April 2022

When refurbishing Hazlemere Church the leadership team used the opportunity to think about how they could create a more missional space.


Youth Renew Cafe - It's ok to not be ok

First published on: 1st April 2022

The weekly Renew Wellbeing Cafe at St Andrew's, High Wycombe, offers a safe space for young people from the nearby secondary school to take a break from the pressures of school and society.


The pop-up Post Office

First published on: 29th March 2022

A Berkshire church identifies the gap they could fill in their village by providing a space in the church for a regular Post Office shop.


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