A green-fingered group of parishioners in Princes Risborough are hoping to grow their own floral displays for church.
Tree wardens from St Leonards CE school will take care of six fruit frees planted close to the school grounds in Banbury.
Our first diocesan carbon emissions report reveals that churches have managed to reduce their net carbon emissions by 11% since 2019.
Wild Worship at St Andrew's, Clewer, emerged out of the pandemic, and is connecting with families, children and the local school
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.
St James the Greater, Eastbury, is our latest church to receive their Silver Eco Church award in recognition of their efforts to care for creation.
The Bishops of Oxford, Reading, Buckingham and Dorchester are among more than 400 Christian leaders from around the UK, which have called on Prime Minister Rishi Sunak to cancel the Rosebank oil field.
Over the last three years, St Michael’s and All Angels have implemented ideas and projects that will support their church and community to care for creation.
The Revd Joanna Gallant has been appointed as the new Head of Discipleship and Social Justice for the Diocese of Oxford.
Could you meet a Lady, glimpse an Admiral or even spot a Peacock? Wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation invites us all to take part in this year's Big Butterfly Count