News

Rest a while at the Bucks County Show

First published on: 2nd September 2022

Four rural deaneries band together to give back to their communities each year at the Bucks County Show near Aylesbury.


Reviving the Fawley community

First published on: 28th July 2022

Weekly outdoor prayer at St Mary the Virgin Church, has brought the Fawley community and church together.


Flourishing life in Oxford

First published on: 19th July 2022

At St Clement's Church in Oxford, a new project seeks to grow church engagement amongst those in their 20s and 30s and offer a space to support this generation's mental and spiritual health.


Churches awarded over £100,000 for community projects 

First published on: 12th July 2022

‹‹‹‹‹‹‹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.


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.


Growing Hope for families in High Wycombe

First published on: 27th April 2022

New local charity Growing Hope is providing a vital service offering free therapy for children, young people and their families to enable them to flourish.


A family of families

First published on: 13th April 2022

During the pandemic, the Toddler Drop-In ministry team at St John the Baptist kept in touch with local families via weekly doorstep conversations.


Bishop Steven in the Wallingford Deanery

First published on: 6th April 2022

Bishop Steven joined clergy, young people, and leaders of other church denominations for an afternoon of listening, learning and table football.


Churches awarded over £78,000 for community projects

First published on: 5th April 2022

The Development Fund awards ten churches grants to support a range of projects, including a community choir and day trips for low-income families. 


Youth Renew Cafe - It's ok to not be ok

First published on: 1st April 2022

The weekly Renew Wellbeing Cafe at St Andrew's, High Wycombe, offers a safe space for young people from the nearby secondary school to take a break from the pressures of school and society.


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