Oxford (City)

Panoramic photo of Oxford city centreThe Bishop of Oxford is the diocesan or most senior bishop, responsible for oversight of the whole diocese.

In addition to his diocese-wide and national responsibilities, the Bishop of Oxford has pastoral care of the two deaneries of Oxford and Cowley, which cover the City of Oxford, right in the heart of the diocese.

The Bishop of Oxford, the Rt Revd Dr Steven Croft, was welcomed in a service of inauguration at Christ Church Cathedral on 30 September 2016.

You can contact the bishop by email at bishop.oxford@oxford.anglican.org or by phone via his EA Marian Green on 01865 208 222.

For media enquiries, please contact Rebekah Sharrock on 07880 716 761 or email rebekah.sharrock@oxford.anglican.org.

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Steven Croft

Bishop of Oxford

The Rt Revd Dr Steven Croft became Bishop of Oxford in 2016, having previously served as the Bishop of Sheffield and leader of the Fresh Expressions team.

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Jonathan Chaffey

Archdeacon of Oxford

The Venerable Jonathan Chaffey was appointed in January 2020. 

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Peter Groves

Associate Archdeacon - Oxford

The Revd Canon Dr Peter Groves has also served as parish priest of St Mary Magdalen’s since 2005 and teaches theology at the University of Oxford.

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Oxford Area Office
Church House Oxford
Langford Locks
Kidlington
Oxford
OX5 1GF

01865 208 200

Page last updated: Monday 26th February 2024 10:53 AM

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