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Canon Wilfrid Robert Francis Browning

First published on: 21st May 2019

Canon Wilfrid Robert Francis Browning. A MEMORIAL service for Canon Wilfrid Browning, who sadly died on 23rd February, aged 98, will take place at Christ Church Cathedral in Oxford on Saturday 27th May at 3pm.


More than 400 people join Interfaith Friendship Walk

First published on: 15th May 2019

More than 400 people join Interfaith Friendship Walk. More than 400 people joined Oxford's Annual Interfaith Friendship Walk on Thursday 29 June 2017.


Oxford pupil wins a prize in the national Cranmer awards contest

First published on: 19th March 2019

Oxford pupil wins a prize in the national Cranmer awards contest. A PUPIL at Oxford's Magdalen College School, Orlando Riviere, has won a top prize in the Cranmer Awards, a national competition which has taken place annually since 1989.


Oxford faith groups unite to fund a new Ark

First published on: 19th March 2019

Chaplains from Oxford colleges and faith groups across the city have raised £3,850 to support Oxford's Jewish Congregation.


Death of a man in the grounds of St Frideswide Church, Oxford

First published on: 7th February 2019

Death of a man in the grounds of St Frideswide Church, Oxford. We were saddened by the tragic death of a man who was found dead in the churchyard at St Frideswide Church on Botley Road, Oxford, on Tuesday evening.


Rescued bees thriving in their new home

First published on: 25th January 2019

Rescued bees thriving in their new home. SWARMING bees that caused a buzz in the car park of Church House Oxford last year are thriving.


Remembering the 66 Men of Grandpont

First published on: 30th October 2018

Remembering the 66 Men of Grandpont. THE lives of the First World War soldiers whose names are listed on a war memorial in Oxford's St Matthew's Church have been brought to life in a new film, The 66 Men of Grandpont 1914-1918.


More support for our historic churches

First published on: 18th October 2018

A comment from Stephen Dawson.


Viva at UN launch to end violence against children worldwide

First published on: 6th August 2018

Viva at UN launch to end violence against children worldwide. Mark Stavers, Chief Executive of the Oxford based Christian children's charity Viva, is attending the launch of the 'Global Partnership and Fund to End Violence Against Children' at the United Nations in New York next Tuesday (12 July).


Report praises the distinctive identity of St Stephen's House

First published on: 28th November 2017

Report praises the distinctive identity of St Stephen's House. THE Ministry Division of the Church of England has expressed confidence in St Stephen's House, Oxford, in an inspection report which praised the college for its "clear and distinctive identity which informs all aspects of its life".

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