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Blessed are the peacemakers

A FULL size model based on War Horse, along with more than 12 banners and other sculptures and installations were part of “Blessed are the Peacemakers” in Burnham and Slough. Mona Lisa Arts and Media joined forces with St Peter’s Church, Burnham, St Mary’s, Slough and the Royal British Legion for an art exhibition commemorating More

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  • From frontline to theological college

    FATHER of two, Jason ‘Griff’ Griffiths, joined the Army at 17. He tells Jo Duckles his journey from the frontline to theological college. Griff, as he is known to everyone bar his mum, was first featured in the Door back in 2010, focusing on how he kept in touch with his wife Rowena and daughters More

  • Rest a While at the Bucks County Show.

    UP to 1,000 people took the opportunity to ‘Rest A While’ with free beverages and cake at the Bucks County Show. Churches joined forces to serve up free tea, coffee and an array of delicious cakes to the crowds of people. The tent was nestled among the various trade stands, horse and livestock shows, show More

  • Transformed atheist to speak at Oxford church

    ONE of America’s most dynamic and engaging Christian speakers will be visiting Oxford on Wednesday 27th August.  Sara Miles was a convinced atheist and liberated woman completely satisfied with her life. One Sunday morning out of curiosity she wandered into a church and found herself transformed – not by what was said but in the More

  • One step closer to the Thames Pilgrim Way

    by Sarah Meyrick THE Thames Pilgrim Way is one step closer to becoming a reality, thanks to the launch of a brand new website. The site has gone live ahead of Bishop John’s farewell Pilgrimage later this month. “The website shows the ten stages we have created out of the 104-mile route,” says Sarah Meyrick, More

  • How will your church make Time for Creation?

    AN autumn of opportunities awaits Christians in Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire as Time for Creation gathers momentum. The project, which runs from 1 September to 4 October sees churches celebrating our role in creation and as stewards of it. The theme is God, whose farm is all creation giving churches the chance to focus on More

  • Finding love at an RE teachers’ conference

    LUCIE Cook was not expecting to meet her future husband on an RE course for teachers from Church of England Schools. For a start, as Lucie points out, there are not that many guys in primary education. “There seem to be even fewer Christian guys in primary education, so meeting Oliver was a big surprise,” More

  • Bishop joins Ride and Stride 2014

    by Colin Fletcher UFFINGTON, Baulking, Goosey, Stanford-in-the-Vale, Hatford, Shellingford, Fernham, Longcot, Watchfield, Shrivenham and Woolstone all sound pretty idyllic – and what’s more I’m assured that there are not too many steep hills around when I set off with Basil Eastwood, the Chairman of Oxfordshire Historic Churches Trust, to cycle round their churches on September More

  • Singing for fun commemorates World War 1

    by Jackie Rix Brown PARTICIPANTS of a regular event in Purley, near Reading, enjoyed a good old wartime sing-song to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War. Singing for Fun is a social gathering that provides the chance to meet and sing for villagers every Thursday. It provides the chance to socialise for More

  • Hear the Vine play at the Grand Day Out

    HEAR up-and-coming Christian band The Vine play live at the Living the Difference Café venue at the Grand Day Out on Saturday 20 September. Sixth former Matt felt led to enquire about leading worship with young people after going to Soul Survivor. At his church, St Leonards, Eynsham, he was told to go for it More