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Meals from Marlow

First published on: 24th June 2022

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.

Welcoming refugees across the diocese

First published on: 22nd June 2022

How people from Didcot, Milton Keynes and Reading have been supporting refugees in Refugee Week and beyond.

New report reveals rise in church attendance

First published on: 22nd June 2022

A new report shows that Easter Day churchgoing in the Diocese of Oxford has recovered to 73% of pre-pandemic levels.

Bishop Steven in Aylesbury Deanery

First published on: 21st June 2022

Bishop Steven visits Brill School on Wednesday 15 June as part of his tour around the Diocese of Oxford.

New Deacons 2022

First published on: 6th June 2022

32 new deacons to be ordained at Christ Church Cathedral on Saturday 2 July by the Bishop of Oxford.

New Discipleship Enabler

First published on: 25th May 2022

We are pleased to announce the appointment of a new Discipleship Enabler supporting ministry with children, young people and families in Buckinghamshire.

Let there be light

First published on: 24th May 2022

St Lawrence's Bradwell uses lead theft as an opportunity to fundraise to improve the lighting inside the building at the same time as replacing the roof.

Tackling digital poverty

First published on: 18th May 2022

At Trinity Community Centre and church in Fishermead, Milton Keynes, an internet cafe funded by a grant from the Development Fund helps tackle digital poverty.

Awards for distinguished service to the church

First published on: 16th May 2022

Four Honorary Canons installed at Christ Church Cathedral and two people admitted to The Order of St Frideswide by the Bishop of Oxford, on 14 May.

Church and community in Amersham

First published on: 11th May 2022

Bishop Steven visits the Amersham Deanery, meeting with those involved in the local response to the Ukraine crisis.

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