The demands of the war meant there was less money to spare for churches and charities. the Diocese of Oxford appealed not to be forgotten. 304 more words
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The Bishop of Oxford wrote to churchgoers across the Diocese prior to the launch of the National Mission.
The Bishop’s Letter
Aug. 21, 1916… 768 more words
Warfield and Bracknell commemorated the second anniversary of the start of the war.
The Vicar is unable to hold the Anniversary of the War Service this year on August 4th, as the Bishop has called all the Clergy into retreat that week in preparation for the National Mission. 290 more words
The Bishop of Oxford thought the church should take a hard look at its own failings before attacking the country.
THE BISHOP’S MESSAGE
The following extracts are from the Bishop’s message in the July Diocesan magazine: 429 more words
Across the country, the Church of England was planning a National Mission to rally the nation in this difficult time. The Bishop of Oxford wrote to his clergy, in a letter published in the Wargrave parish magazine. 408 more words
Wargrave joined the Diocese of Oxford in aiding spiritual support for the soldiers at the Front.
Church Army Huts
There is abundant testimony to the value of the work done by the Church Army for the Soldiers at the Front and several efforts are being made in the Diocese to help it. 84 more words