Children from eight secondary and primary schools in the Slough area joined forces for an inter-faith eco conference last week.
A contemplative toolkit developed to support families and schools in the Diocese of Oxford will now be used by those affected by the conflict in Ukraine.
The Revd Joanna Gallant has been appointed as the new Head of Discipleship and Social Justice for the Diocese of Oxford.
An orchestra including up to 13 recorder players and assorted other instruments is the foundation of a families’ initiative in The Cookhams Benefice.
The Bishop of Dorchester led a pilgrimage for St Andrew's School children in Chinnor.
A thriving Christian Union group at the Henry Box School is one of the successes of the Witney Youth Work and Chaplaincy project.
The June meeting of Oxford Diocesan Synod took time to discuss how we can best support children, families and schools. Members also considered a revised environmental motion for General Synod and the draft 2024 budget.
Adoption and support services for adoptive families run by Parents And Children Together (PACT) have been rated outstanding by Ofsted for the third successive inspection.
The Oxford Academy serves the deprived communities of Littlemore, Rose Hill and Blackbird Leys.
At St George’s Church, Little Chalfont, a new congregation for non-church-going families welcomes 30-50 people each month.