Annual review

2023 Diocese of Oxford Annual Review cover. St James' Church in Little Milton in the Chiltern Hills in Oxfordshire. Built in 1844.  Our thanks to Hope Lawrence Images for permission to use this photograph.

May 2024

Responding together

Over the last year, the Diocese of Oxford has continued to respond to the dramatic events which are reshaping our world. 

Our interfaith teams have been working closely with faith leaders to counter extremism and hate, and we continue to deepen our work on racial justice.

We have made significant steps forward in our journey towards net zero carbon, and in combatting poverty and exclusion locally.

Read the review for the full picture of 2024.

"This is all a vital part of what it means to be a more Christ-like Church for the sake of God’s world: more contemplative, compassionate and courageous.

"The annual review highlights some of the achievements of our Church House and area office staff, committees, and councils. They work for every congregation, church, church school, parish and benefice."

– Bishop Steven and Canon Mark Humphriss

Download the annual review (PDF)

Download the companion report 'On the Money' for 2024

Past reviews

May 2023: A momentous year

May 2022: Strength in partnership

May 2021: An extraordinary year

We'd love to hear what you think of the Annual Review and 'On the Money' so that we can continue to improve the format and information available. Let us know.


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