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Free hot meals in Wantage

First published on: 27th March 2023

A food and warm space project at Holy Trinity Church, Charlton, provides free three-course hot meals for locals.

Ecumenical youth work

First published on: 6th March 2023

In South Oxfordshire, six local churches have formed an ecumenical partnership to develop work with, and among, the young people in Didcot, Harwell, Chilton, and the surrounding areas.

Two dog collars on a walk

First published on: 22nd February 2023

The Revd Phil Sutton and his wife, Jane, train hearing dogs for people in the deaf community.

New Associate Archdeacon of Dorchester

First published on: 19th February 2023

The Revd Preb Jane Haslam has been appointed as the new Associate Archdeacon of Dorchester.

Encountering God through creation

First published on: 13th February 2023

Bicester Forest Church group seeks to encounter more of God through his creation.

David Tyler to be Archdeacon of Dorchester

First published on: 26th January 2023

The Diocese of Oxford is pleased to announce that the Revd Canon David Tyler has been appointed as the new Archdeacon of Dorchester.

Planting church in an Eco Town

First published on: 17th January 2023

Pioneer Minister, the Revd Chris Hunt, and a small team of volunteers have grown a creative church community in the new Elmsbrook Eco Town.

Rebuilding St Andrew's Dean Court

First published on: 5th January 2023

St Andrew’s new Church building uses renewable energy to power, heat and light the space and is a valuable centre for the whole community to use and enjoy.

Over half a million pounds of energy hardship grants

First published on: 4th January 2023

Churches in the Thames Valley have been awarded grants from the Diocese of Oxford to help with rising energy costs and opening Warm Hubs.

Christmas Day 2022

First published on: 25th December 2022

You can read the Christmas Day sermons from our bishops below, and catch up on the BBC Radio Carol Services with Bishop Olivia and Bishop Gavin via BBC Sounds for Radio Berkshire and Radio Oxford.

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