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Tsunami: 10 years after the wave Tim Hetherington’s online photography exhibtion

Ten years on from the Indian Ocean tsunami, which killed almost 250,000 people on Boxing Day 2004, Christian Aid is marking the anniversary by launching Tsunami: 10 years after the wave, an online exhibition that features work – including previously unpublished images – by photographer Tim Hetherington. Tim, who was killed while working in Libya More

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  • Fuelling justice

    by Alison Webster The first frosts have bitten – with beautiful sunrises to match.  Autumn and winter can be glorious, but for those in fuel poverty, it signals the beginning of months of anxiety, ill-health and misery. Fuel poverty is not an abstract issue. It’s a matter of life and death. In the freezing weather More

  • Magi

    Love always perseveres

    When have you done something that needed you to persevere, even when you felt too tired or just unable to continue? These stories show us times when people didn’t give up, even in the face of difficulties. We will explore what this shows us about God’s great love. HOW WIDE When Jesus was born in More

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    Flocking to a Christmas Tree Festival

    Nearly 3,000 visitors enjoyed this year’s Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary’s Church in Twyford. As well as 70 trees on display from local organizations there was a variety of entertainment which included Waltham St.Lawrence Silver Band, Berkshire Recorder Consort, Twyford and Ruscombe Theatre Group and magician Mark Shortland. Paul Bromley, who organized the event More

  • The CofE’s first female bishop

    THE acting Bishop of Oxford, the Rt Revd Colin Fletcher, has welcomed the appointment of the first female bishop in the Church of England. Bishop Colin says: “The announcement that Libby Lane has been appointed as the next Bishop of Stockport will, I know, bring much joy to many people both in this Diocese and More

  • Advent meditations in Littlemore

      CONTEMPORARY images painted by Tom Bower are on display throughout Advent in St Mary and St Nicholas Church, Littlemore. They were painted in response to four advent meditations, below, by church warden Wendy Blagden.   Openness Putting aside prejudice. Being prepared to be vulnerable. Stepping outside our comfort zone.   As seen in: Mary More

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    God in the Life Of Jan Fishwick

    JAN Fishwick knows only too well that for many children and adults, Christmas is not a warm family celebration. Jan, who began her career at 18 as deputy matron of a children’s home, tells of her journey to becoming the Chief Executive of fostering and adoption charity, Parents and Children Together (PACT). With a great More

  • Pray for people caught up in the Peshawar terrorist attack

    BELOW is a message from Insar Gohar, the Youth Coordinator for the Diocese of Peshawar, part of the Church of Pakistan. Our city PeshDear Friends & Prayer Partners!awar is once again under the terrorists attack, a school has been attacked by the terrorists and about 132 school children and teachers have been killed and many More

  • St Edburg’s Christmas Tree Festival gets even larger

    St Edburg’s Christmas Tree Festival will be even larger this year, with 80 decorated trees filling the 900 year-old church. Watch a video of the festival here.  The trees have been sponsored and decorated by individuals, businesses and local organisations in support of the St Edburg’s Foundation. The festival was started in 2012 and has More

  • Church of England weekly podcast

    Listen to the latest news about an increase in attendance at Cathedral midweek services and an interview with Nigel Genders about his blog on Ofsted and tackling extremism in the Church of England Weekly Podcast: