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Rest and recover with a Greenhouse

First published on: 16th March 2022

Over the last few months, four different Greenhouses have been launched to support the growth of new worshipping communities.

Jericho Youth Choir

First published on: 15th March 2022

With the support of the Development Fund, St Barnabas, Oxford, establishes a youth choir to boost engagement with young people.

Chinnor ChooseDay Church

First published on: 28th February 2022

St Andrew's Church, Chinnor, runs an afterschool group for 5-8-year-olds and their parents and carers aiming to bridge the gap between St Andrews CE Primary and the church.

Knife crime and cuts to youth services

First published on: 13th January 2022

Knife crime stories continue to hit our news headlines on an almost daily basis but what can the church do to help?

Great and Small Cotswolds

First published on: 5th January 2022

Samantha Hill started an intergenerational forest church group in her home village of Alvescot in the Cotswolds.

The coffee morning bringing the generations together

First published on: 4th January 2022

After watching The Old People's Home for 4-Year-Olds, Helen Reid was inspired to start an intergenerational group at her church in Oxford.

Online Safety Bill

First published on: 11th November 2021

How humanity learns to live with the power of new technologies will be a defining moral question of our time, says the Bishop of Oxford.

You were made for such a time as this

First published on: 5th November 2021

The Revd Erika Biscoe tells us about her pioneering ministry helping young girls to find their voice through the Cherish programme.

A message from the former Prime Minister to children and young people

First published on: 14th October 2021

Theresa May MP shares a message with children in the diocese about the importance of writing to their MP about climate change.

Pilgrimage in the pandemic

First published on: 4th August 2021

Ele Buckley, a children and families worker in Berkshire, shares her experience of pilgrimage with local school children.

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