Reading Deanery is a living, growing network of churches, chaplaincies and schools in one of the great crossroads of the world. We have a common calling and vision: to become a more Christ-like church in this critical moment of history so that we can better serve the communities Reading Deanery and our fragmented world.
Our Deanery has the largest Synod in the country, yet, in physical area is one of the smallest Deaneries in the Diocese. This gives us a great opportunity for churches to work together to bring God into the day to day lives of the people of Reading.Why is the Bishop asking Reading Deanery to study the Beatitudes?
The Bishop is asking the whole Diocese of Oxford which includes Reading Deanery to read, study and dwell in the opening words of Jesus in the Sermon on the Mount: the Beatitudes in Matthew 5.1-10. Reading Deanery is a living, growing network of churches, chaplaincies and schools in one of the great crossroads of the world.What are the deaneries of the Reading episcopal area?
The deaneries of the Reading episcopal area are Bracknell, Bradfield, Maidenhead & Windsor, Newbury, Reading and Sonning.What are the different deanery areas?
Due to our operational size, Reading Deanery is split into four different operational areas known as North, West, Central and South and each area is overseen by one Area Dean and Lay Chair each which form the Deanery leadership team, and work together on issues of common concern facing the deanery and help resource the deanery synod.
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