Browse news and features about the Rt Revd Dr Steven Croft – the Diocesan Bishop (or most senior bishop) of the Church of England’s Diocese of Oxford. The Diocese of Oxford is part of the Province of Canterbury, and broadly speaking, covers the geographical areas of Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. The bishop’s seat is at Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford.
The report, published by the Diocese of Oxford, tells the story of poverty and inequality in a wide range of community and church contexts across the Thames Valley region.
The Diocese of Oxford has awarded £160k to support eight community and church projects in Berkshire, Buckingham and Oxfordshire through its Development Fund grant scheme.
Three Honorary Canons have been installed, and one Oxfordshire person admitted to the Order of St Frideswide, at the Christ Church Cathedral on 22 June.
They are among the 32 new deacons that will be ordained at three special services on 03 July by the Bishop of Oxford, The Rt Revd. Dr Steven Croft.
Bishop Steven, a leading advocate of fossil fuel divestment within the Church of England, is among the 13 peers appointed to the Lords Select Committee.