The Revd Joanna Gallant has been appointed as the new Head of Discipleship and Social Justice for the Diocese of Oxford.
Could you meet a Lady, glimpse an Admiral or even spot a Peacock? Wildlife charity Butterfly Conservation invites us all to take part in this year's Big Butterfly Count
The Oxford Diocesan Synod motion, Responding to the Climate Emergency, has been overwhelmingly supported by General Synod. The motion calls for the National Investment Bodies of the Church of England to scale up investment in renewable energy and other environmental solutions and asks the Government to review planning regulations to aid the installation of renewable technology on church buildings.
The Creation Crew, at St Andrew's Church, High Wycombe, is a diverse group who enjoy the local environment and want to help care for it.
On Tuesday 4 July, the Environment Team and the Church Buildings Team are calling on all churches in the Diocese to turn on and test their boiler, ahead of the autumn heating season.
Fifteen Deanery Environmental Leads support local churches to care for creation.
A wildlife-friendly contemplation garden has helped St Giles’ church, Great Coxwell to an Eco-Church Bronze Award from A Rocha UK.
The climate action work of the Church of England in the Thames Valley features in an inspiring new documentary from Al Jazeera English.
Churches in the village of Chinnor, in Oxfordshire, are joined in a commitment to caring for God’s creation and the natural world.
The March meeting of Oxford Diocesan Synod took time to consider care for creation and the many different strands of work now underway, and our New Congregations programme.