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Tree planting in Greenham

First published on: 1st March 2023

Over 300 trees have been planted at St Mary’s Church, in Greenham, Newbury, as part of a project to redevelop the churchyard for the community. 

Encountering God through creation

First published on: 13th February 2023

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

Interfaith environment conference

First published on: 24th January 2023

​​​​​​​One Earth, Many Faiths was the first Diocesan Interfaith Eco Conference, bringing together over 40 people from different faiths.

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.

An eco-friendly Christmas

First published on: 29th November 2022

Tips on reducing plastic waste with your Christmas wreath this year.

Burnham’s Silver Eco Church

First published on: 29th November 2022

St Peter’s Church, Burnham, is one of 14 churches in the diocese with the Silver Eco Church award from A Rocha.

Advocacy for God's creation

First published on: 21st November 2022

Advocacy is vital for a healthy and balanced democracy and important in helping tackle climate and ecological emergencies facing the planet.

Beating rising costs in Wendover   

First published on: 10th November 2022

Representatives from rural churches across the diocese gathered at St Mary’s Church, Wendover, as part of a trial and launch of new equipment and the Parish Environment Resource Pack.

COP27 in Egypt

First published on: 7th November 2022

From 6 to 18 November, world leaders along with climate activists, civil society representatives, and CEOs will meet in Egypt for the 27th annual gathering on climate action.

Energy-saving tips from Low Carbon Oxford

First published on: 27th September 2022

Experts from Low Carbon West and North Oxford share some top tips for saving energy, in a Great Big Green Week event in Church House.

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