Over 160 people representing 24 local organisations have celebrated the launch of Reading Citizens, a community alliance coming together to influence change in their local area.
Launched last week, the Warm Welcome Campaign aims to grow their network of over 7,000 Warm Welcome Spaces so that when the clocks go back, everyone can access warm and welcoming space.
To mark this year's Black History Month, a Diocesan-commissioned exhibition shares reflections by Black African and Caribbean clergy from across the diocese, about their lives and faith.
The Revd Joanna Gallant has been appointed as the new Head of Discipleship and Social Justice for the Diocese of Oxford.
At All Saints Church, Maidenhead, the Revd Jeremy Harris, leads the church in supporting and welcoming local asylum seekers.
Could you volunteer an hour a week supporting newly arrived people in the UK with learning English?
For more than two years twelve churches in Reading have been working together on the Torch project.
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.
A food and warm space project at Holy Trinity Church, Charlton, provides free three-course hot meals for locals.
Hosts and guests reflect on their experience of 12 months of conflict in Ukraine and encourage people to come forward to host those still awaiting refuge.