Bishop Steven gave the following sermon at the Civic Service with Prayers for HRH the Duke of Edinburgh on Friday 16th April 2021 Some verses from our psalm: For he maketh the storm to cease : so that the waves thereof are still. Then are they glad, because they are at rest : and so […]

Come and Eat

Bishop Steven Croft looks forward to the signs of hope in the next few months and shares a fresh invitation to come and eat.

Do not be afraid

Fear is our unwelcome and sometimes unacknowledged companion in most situations of crisis and in many different parts of our lives. Look back over the last six months and reflect for a moment. What part has fear played in your own life and your life’s journey?

Loving our neighbours online

Bishop Steven urges the government to consider implementing a Code of Practice for both Hate Crime and wider legal harms.

The Church and the forgiveness of sins

Bishop Steven shares his thoughts on the final lines of the Creed in the last in the Come and See series for the Diocese of Oxford.

I believe in the Holy Spirit

How do we experience the Holy Spirit at work in our lives? The fourth in the Come and See series from Bishop Steven.

He was crucified, died and rose again…

In the third of the Come and See series, Bishop Steven explores the third part of the Creed - 'He was crucified, died and rose again.'

I believe in Jesus Christ

When all around us is in chaos, coming back to the Father can help us recover a sense of identity. But what’s the next step on our journey?

I believe in God, Father Almighty

From the first line of the creed, we place our faith in God. But God is more than just our maker. Come and see it for yourself.

Prayer for the Nation

As the UK's Covid-19 death toll sadly reaches 100,000 people, Bishop Steven encourages listeners to join a Prayer for the Nation.