Although delayed this year due to Covid-19, it is now the end of a triennium (3-year cycle) and time to elect lay members of Deanery Synod at your parish’s AGM/APCM. A guidance leaflet is available to help you to do this. It is available under the Information tab of this website, entitled “Information on the […]
Citizens from across the Thames Valley area will be gathering in Milton Keynes on the 29th April. It will be a significant evening, marking the launch of Citizens Thames Valley – which will link community alliances in Milton Keynes, Oxford and Reading.
Where we Started: I was looking back recently at the initial notes those on our table made a year ago before UMH met to form a group. I found it interesting to see we are still engaging with all those initial ideas, but I thought it worth reminding ourselves of 3 in particular:- 1. Make […]
We can’t do it all, but we can do something if we all work together.
Human touch is basic for our wellbeing and survival. Pray for Benjamin, and that his words will be an encouragement.
Archbishop Justin Welby’s New Year Message speaks about the need to ‘disagree well’.
We have a new Diocesan Synod Blog which will give our Synod members a chance to talk about what is going on in the wider church…
Understanding Mental Health (UMH) is one of the 3 top priority projects selected by Deanery Synod members following the meeting in May.
All Saints Loughton celebrated its 800th Birthday in style with a special visit from the Bishop of Oxford.
I am delighted to announce that we have two new members of the House of Laity on Diocesan Synod. Linda Kirk and Stephen Walker have both been elected for a three year term.