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Bishop's Garden open for visitors

First published on: 10th June 2013

The Bishop's garden at 27 Linton Road, Oxford, OX2 6UL will be open for charity under the National Garden Scheme on Sunday 30th June from 2 - 5 p.m. This is a joint opening together with the garden at 13 Belbroughton Road, and admission for the combined gardens is £3.50, children free. There will be refreshments for sale at the Bishop's House, in aid of our link diocese of Kimberley and Kuruman. Both are lovely gardens and are well worth a visit. It will be the last time that the Bishop's garden will be open to the public under the NGS, so do come!

Book now for CS Lewis festival

First published on: 10th June 2013

MEMBERS of Holy Trinity, Headington are finalising the details of a Jubilee Festival to commemorate their most famous former parishioner.

Building dams in the hot sun

First published on: 10th June 2013

As the UK attempts to recover from the devastating effects of flooding and freezing temperatures, Thelma Ntini is working hard to bring vital water supplies to rural areas of Zimbabwe where there has not been heavy rainfall in a decade.

Diocesan Registrar named Times Lawyer of the Week

First published on: 10th June 2013

CONGRATULATIONS to our Diocesan Registrar the Revd Canon John Rees who was named Times Lawyer of the Week shortly before playing a major role in the enthronement of Justin Welby as Archbishop of Canterbury.

God in the Life Of Nicola Blackwood

First published on: 10th June 2013

Nicola Blackwood MP talks about her Christian faith and how it influenced her journey as she unexpectedly swapped a world of music for the House of Commons.

Special guest for ordination anniversary

First published on: 5th June 2013

Special guest for ordination anniversary. AS the Door was going to press the Cowley deanery was set to receive a visit from a prestigious visitor.

Wokingham Two Choirs Festival: Pentecost 2013

First published on: 28th May 2013

The Pentecost weekend saw successful new event in the life of Wokingham's Churches. The Two Choir Festivals brought together the two town centre Churches, All Saints on Wiltshire Road and St Paul's, on Reading Road, in a feast of music and worship. Both of the churches have a strong choral tradition and welcome singers of all ages.

On your bike to tackle poverty

First published on: 20th May 2013

Churchgoers from the diocese are set to complete two epic bike rides to raise money for charities.

Staging a role play wedding

First published on: 26th March 2013

Children aged between three and seven wore their best clothes at St Nicholas CE Infant School in Wallingford for a role-play wedding.

A holy descent

First published on: 18th March 2013

A holy descent. IF you had been in Central Oxford and looked up on Saturday March 9 you could have had a bit of a surprise.

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