Oxford related articles
The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on Housing, Church and Community is looking at various different ways in which churches can meet housing need. This week, Mark Bennet, Team Rector at Thatcham in Berkshire, explains why we should hold almshouses in a higher regard.
Pilgrim was developed by bishops and teachers of the Church of England to support every local church in learning and teaching the faith year by year as a normal part of parish life.
An outdoor prayer service started under lockdown at an Oxfordshire church has attracted more than 100 people and revived interest in a rural church.
Oxford Diocese motion commits to further action across the Church including on finances and church buildings.
Revd Andy Muckle, vicar of St Mary’s Parish Church West Moors reflects on taking part in the Living in Love and Faith (LLF) five-week course over Zoom and explains why others should be encouraged to take part.
NEWS / The Ven Olivia Graham, the Archdeacon of Berkshire, is to be the next Bishop of Reading.
Over the past year, local churches from across the country have rallied to support Ukrainian refugees. Here are some of the stories, shared by dioceses, to mark the anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Bereaved people and all those experiencing a sense of loss over Christmas are to be comforted with the message that God is with us in our darkness, in a special service to be broadcast by the Church of England.
An Oxford College has celebrated the largest number of baptisms and confirmations in at least 20 years.
Bishop of Huddersfield, Jonathan Gibbs, the Church of England’s lead safeguarding bishop said: “An independent investigation into allegations that the Dean, Martyn Percy, failed to fulfil his safeguarding responsibilities has concluded the Dean acted entirely appropriately in each case.