Jesus College is ecclesiastical patron of fourteen benefices in the Church of England. Links to each of them, and the incumbents we have been glad to present (usually alongside other patrons) are listed below, with the most basic historical details of our connections with each of the precise churches we relate to in these parishes.

Aston Clinton (St. Michael and All Angels) with Buckland and Drayton Beauchamp (Bucks) 

http://www.s-michaels.org.uk/ 

Diocese of Oxford, purchased by Jesus College in 1727

Incumbent : The Reverend Sally Bottomer, from 2018

The Benefice of Daventry (Holy Cross): Ashby St Legders; Barby; Braunston (All Saints); Catesby; Daventry; Hellidon; Kilsby; Staverton; Welton

http://daventrybranch.btck.co.uk/Historicaltechnicaljottingsabouttowers

Diocese of Peterborough, purchased by Jesus College in 1727

Incumbent: The Reverend Canon Michael Champneys (Team Rector) from 2009; reappointed in 2016 in pastoral reorganisation

Cherbury with Gainfield: Charney Basset, Buckland, Littleworth, Pusey, Hinton Waldrist, Longworth (St. Mary) and Lyford Longworth (St. Mary)

http://www.cherbury-gainfield.org.uk/our-churches/longworth

Diocese of Oxford, purchased by Jesus College in 1691

Incumbent: The Reverend Isobel Talisker, from 2015

Hook Norton with Great Rollright, Swerford and Wigginton

http://www.stpeters-hooknorton.org.uk/

Diocese of Oxford, benefaction to Jesus College in 1685

Incumbent: The Reverend John Acreman, from 1685

The Churn Valley Benefice: Bagendon (St. Margaret), Baunton, Coberley, Colesbourne, Cowley, Elkstone, North Cerney, Rendcomb, Stratton

https://www.achurchnearyou.com/church/14288/

Diocese of Gloucester, purchased by Jesus College in 1712

Incumbent: The Reverend David Andrew Minns, from 2017

The Benefice of Bletchingley (St. Mary) and Nutfield (St. Peter and St. Paul)

http://www.nutfieldparishchurch.org.uk/welcome.htm

Diocese of Southwark, benefaction to Jesus College in 1685 and purchased by Jesus College in 1740

Incumbent: The Reverend Phaedra Pamphilon-Green, from 2017

The Benefice of Potterspury (St. Nicholas) with Furtho and Yardley Gobion with Cosgrove and Wicken

http://www.southcleley-benefice.org.uk/our-churches/st-nicholas-potterspury/

Diocese of Peterborough, benefaction to Jesus College in 1675

Incumbent: The Reverend Diane Claire Whittaker, from  2015

The Benefice of Henley-on-Thames (St. Mary the Virgin) with Remenham

http://www.stmaryshenley.org.uk/

Diocese of Oxford, purchased by Jesus College in 1691

Incumbent: The Reverend Martyn Robert Griffiths, from 2005 

The Benefice of Rotherfield Peppard and Kidmore End and Sonning Common

https://peppardnews.co.uk/diary-of-local-events/church-services/

Diocese of Oxford, purchased by Jesus College in 1685

Incumbent: The Reverend James Edmund de Garis Stickings, from 2016

The Benefice of Scartho (St. Giles) St Matthew

http://www.sgsm.org.uk/

Diocese of Lincoln, purchased by Jesus College in 1716

Incumbent: The Reverend Sheena Faith Cleaton, from 2016

The Benefice of Shipston-on-Stour (St. Edmund) with Honington and Idlicote

http://www.st-edmundsshipston.co.uk/

Diocese of Coventry, purchased by Jesus College in 1713

Incumbent: The Reverend Sarah Edmonds, from 2017

The Benefice of Tredington (St. Gregory) and Darlingscott formerly The Benefice of Tredington (St. Gregory) and Darlingscott with Newbold-on-Stour

http://www.shipstondeanery.co.uk/tredington.html

Diocese of Coventry, purchased by Jesus College in 1713

Incumbent: The Reverend Christopher Goble, from 2008

The Stourdene Group: Alderminster, Butlers Marston, Ettington, Halford, Newbold-on-Stour, and Pillerton Hersey with Pillerton Priors

http://www.stourdene.org/worship.php

Diocese of Coventry, purchased by Jesus College in 1713

Incumbent: The Reverend Sharon Goble, from 2017

The Benefice of Astwell Group of Parishes: Helmdon; Lois Weedon (parish includes Plumpton St. John the Baptist); Syresham; Wappenham; Whitfield

http://www.astwellparishes.org.uk/

Diocese of Peterborough, benefaction to Jesus College in 1846

Incumbent: The Reverend Carole Jean Peters, from 2013