A compass is held up in front of mountains

Bishop Steven reflects on our calling to show the world love and hope even in the midst of sorrow and sickness and looks ahead to the invitation to come and see more of faith this Lent.

He set a child in the midst of them

In Matthew’s gospel, Jesus sets a child in the midst of his disciples and invites them to reshape their priorities. What would happen if we did that today in the public square?
A robot raises a hand

The Robot Will See You Now: Artificial intelligence and the Christian faith

Steven Croft reviews a series of essays on artificial intelligence and the Christian faith, as seen in Church Times.
Bishop Steven and fellow pilgrims stand in front of a lock along a Milton Keynes canal

A north Bucks pilgrimage

Bishop Steven reflects on his pilgrimage around Buckingham, Newport and Milton Keynes deaneries in September 2021.
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Rest

Bishop Steven shares a message to all in the Diocese of Oxford on the importance of rest and restoration this summer.

COVID-19: An update from the Bishop of Oxford

An update on COVID-19 guidance for churches from July 2021, including Communion from the common cup and safe worship for all.

Bringing the nation together

The Rt Revd Steven Croft, Bishop of Oxford, will be cheering on the England men's football team in the Euro 2020 tournament.

River of life: COP15 and COP26

The entire future of life on the earth may be determined by what is agreed, or not agreed, in the autumn of 2021.

Supporting young people in the post-pandemic world

With 63% of payroll jobs lost during the pandemic being held by under-25s, young people must have access to adequate training going forward.

Standing at a Crossroads – Safeguarding the Environment

As the Environment Bill is read in the House of Lords, Bishop Steven urges the government to set an example on climate change policy.