An assembly of organisations has been founded in Oxford to champion community issues. The Oxford Citizens assembly comprises churches, charities and action groups who have pledged to ‘make Oxford a better place for everyone’.
Several years ago, St Andrew’s in Sandford-on-Thames installed a ground source heat pump to provide renewable heat to the church. The successful project now means that community groups, congregants and visitors enjoy a warm welcome all year round, at a lower cost to the planet.
Hundreds of people joined faith and civic leaders to call for peace in the Middle East at a candlelit vigil in Oxford city centre on Sunday, 5 November.
For the first time in more than a century, a new stained-glass window has been constructed and installed in Christ Church Cathedral. The vibrant statement window was designed by celebrated artist John Reyntiens MBE and produced in London by the world-renowned Reyntiens Glass Studio.
Three new advocates for women and their ministry within the Diocese of Oxford have been appointed.
The Summertown, Wolvercote and Wytham Church Partnership revives a long-standing tradition of preaching in one another's churches. Revds Gavin Knight and Kate Tuckett share their experiences as part of the 'Love your Church' series.
For the last nine years St Luke’s, Canning Crescent in Oxford has been delivering regular arts workshops as part of its ministry in the city.
Grace Church, Cowley in Oxford prides itself on being a church for people who don’t do church.
Over 50 chaplains from across the dicoese gathered for a Chaplains’ Conference in the research centre at Christ Church.
St Matthew’s Church, Oxford, share their experience of producing a community passion play to help and encourage other churches and communities.