We are delighted to announce that both Oxford Diocesan Board of Finance (ODBF) and Oxford Diocesan Board of Education (ODBE) have been accredited as a Living Wage Employer. The move formalises our 2017 commitment to pay staff the real Living Wage and signals the importance the diocesan family places on social justice and addressing inequality.
Churches to be included in the government package of support to help with rising energy bills this winter.
The Diocese of Oxford have matched over 200 Ukrainians through their resettlement scheme.
‹‹‹‹‹‹‹The Development Fund has awarded grants to eight churches, across Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, and Oxfordshire, to support a range of local church and community projects including a healing garden and youth work to help combat knife crime.
Bishop Steven leads collective worship at Sherington School and meets a Ukrainian family who've resettled in Emberton.
Three years ago, local business owners, Andy Agar, Tom Kerridge and Chris Hughes started up a free fresh meal delivery service in Marlow to feed NHS staff and those unable to leave their homes at the height of the pandemic.
How people from Didcot, Milton Keynes and Reading have been supporting refugees in Refugee Week and beyond.
Associate Archdeacon Liz Jackson shares some reflections for Refugee Week 2022.
The Bishop of Oxford has joined the Archbishops and Lords Spiritual in a letter speaking out against the Rwanda migrant policy.
As the situation in Ukraine reaches a new milestone, the Citizens UK resettlement scheme brings over its first refugee families.