As Creation Tide starts (1 September until 4 October) the Bishop of Oxford shares an example of how we can engage with the wonder of creation: It’s fascinating to watch a small child interact with a very small discovery in a garden path or a flower border. There’s enough miracle in that tiny patch of ground to keep a child entranced. Whatever happened to that quality of wonder in us?
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About Bishop of Oxford – the Rt Rev John Pritchard
The Bishop of Oxford leads the Church of England in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, and is the most senior appointment in the Diocese of Oxford. The Bishop of Oxford is expected to have a wide-ranging role across the Thames Valley area as well as national responsibilities. As Diocesan Bishop, he is responsible for the entire Diocese, and has particular responsibility for Oxford and Cowley deaneries.
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I’m signing up to the Carbon Fast for Lent this year. It is a 40-day journey towards a lighter carbon footprint, with simple energy saving actions each day, and this year it’s being organised jointly by the Church of England and Tearfund. Lent is a time of year when it’s really good to pay attention to […]
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Earthing Faith is a network to resource and encourage churches and individuals in the Diocese of Oxford as we connect our faith with the earth.
The network has been established to assist the sharing of ideas and experiences around the environment, and to help us to be creative and collaborative in our engagement with creation.