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Jericho Youth Choir

First published on: 15th March 2022

With the support of the Development Fund, St Barnabas, Oxford, establishes a youth choir to boost engagement with young people.


Combating fast fashion and bridging cultures

First published on: 9th March 2022

Maria Skoyles used her experience as a textile designer to develop the Dorcas Dress Project, helping empower the voiceless in the fashion industry.


Marston Eco-Hub

First published on: 2nd February 2022

The Revd Skye Denno wants the outside space at her vicarage to be somewhere for the whole community.


Bringing faith and school sport together

First published on: 27th January 2022

Project Touchline delivers a programme of sport, collective worship, Bible teaching and prayer for Aston and Cote CE Primary, Oxfordshire.


The coffee morning bringing the generations together

First published on: 4th January 2022

After watching The Old People's Home for 4-Year-Olds, Helen Reid was inspired to start an intergenerational group at her church in Oxford.


Counselling support for the homeless

First published on: 12th November 2021

St Giles Church, Oxford, supports the provision of specialist counselling for the homeless in Oxford through a partnership with The Gatehouse.


New Dean to UK minority ethnic Chapter

First published on: 3rd November 2021

The Reverend Canon Janet Binns has been appointed as Dean to the new UK Minority Ethnic Chapter in the Diocese of Oxford.


University Church receives £422,000 boost from the Culture Recovery Fund

First published on: 22nd October 2021

The University Church of St Mary the Virgin in Oxford is among 142 historic sites receiving grants through the Culture Recovery Fund.


Nine-day prayer relay for the environment

First published on: 11th October 2021

Churches Together in Kidlington are hosting nine days of 24-hour continuous prayer ahead of COP26 in Glasgow.


Follow the YCCN Relay

First published on: 14th August 2021

Follow the Young Christian Climate Network's Relay to COP26 as it passes through the Diocese of Oxford.

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