Annual review

2022 Diocese of Oxford Annual Review cover. Photo of Charlie Kerr, schools advisor and chaplain, standing in front of a group of school children. He's gesturing animatedly to a piece of religious art on a church pillar behind him that shows Jesus holding someone who kneels before him.May 2022

This past year we’ve seen again the strength and depth achieved by parishes and our diocesan staff teams working in partnership.

This annual report highlights just some of the achievements of our diocesan staff, committees and councils.

Strength in partnership

In a year that has taken us from new depths of weariness and stretched resources to a place of hope and returning energy, we remain deeply committed as a diocese to our common vision to be a more Christ-like Church for the sake of God’s world.

We’re not there yet, but we are seeing a new determination and resilience in many places.

"We deeply appreciate all that the clergy and lay ministers, church officers and congregations continue to do.

"The depth of pastoral care, outreach into the community, mastering new skills, and gently steering communities through new challenges have been extraordinary."

Bishop Steven Croft & Mark Humphriss, Diocesan Secretary

Read the report

 
200+

PEOPLE TRAINED TO WORK WITH CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE


30+

MISSION INITIATIVES FROM DIFFERENT CHURCHES ACROSS FOUR GREENHOUSES


427

NET ZERO CARBON RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY SURVEYS COMPLETED

 

We'd love to hear what you think of the report so we can continue to make it better. Let us know!


 

Past reviews

May 2021: An extraordinary year

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