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Churches commitments on climate change presented to No.10

First published on: 18th October 2021

Leaders representing five main faith groups, including Bishop Olivia, met at 10 Downing Street to demand bold action on the climate crisis.

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.

Nine-day prayer relay for the environment

First published on: 11th October 2021

Churches Together in Kidlington are hosting nine days of 24-hour continuous prayer ahead of COP26 in Glasgow.

New Eco Church Awards across the Diocese of Oxford

First published on: 8th October 2021

Churches across the diocese have received new Eco Church awards in recent weeks as part of the A Rocha UK scheme.

Follow the YCCN Relay

First published on: 14th August 2021

Follow the Young Christian Climate Network's Relay to COP26 as it passes through the Diocese of Oxford.

All this has to change - A sermon from Bishop Olivia

First published on: 5th August 2021

Rt Revd Olivia Graham, Bishop of Reading, gives a moving sermon on climate justice for the Young Christian Climate Network's Relay to COP26.

YCCN Relay to COP26

First published on: 15th July 2021

The Young Christian Climate Network are organising a relay walk to end in Glasgow at the end of October, ready for COP26.

Biodiversity loss and climate change

First published on: 18th June 2021

Bishop Steven speaks at the Lords Select Committee for the environment and climate change about COP26, poverty and pandemics.

Big Clean Switch

First published on: 9th June 2021

Big Clean Switch. A very simple step that we can take to reduce the carbon footprints of our homes is to switch to a renewable - otherwise known as a "green" or "clean" - tariff.

On your bike!

First published on: 9th June 2021

Two regular cycle commuters, Rhodri Bowen and Steven Buckley, share their tips and inspiration for cycling to work.

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