A message for all Safeguarding Nominated People and Incumbents: (originally sent July 2018) Please do take some time over the next couple of months to discuss, complete and returnContinue reading
Inclusive communities (click here) See also: Dementia-friendly churches Livability have produced a new resource to help churches think through and plan their approach to welcome of people with disabilities andContinue reading
Churches across the South West will be praying and giving in coming Sundays as the scale and extent of the impact of Kerala’s exceptionally destructive and deadly floods become apparent.Continue reading
Have you ever wondered where the stone used to restore and repair Gloucester Cathedral comes from? Would you like to know more about the tools and techniques used by stonemasons to blend old and new? Over the next three weeks, Gloucester Cathedral is promoting four exciting new events exploring the how the building was made and the work of the extraordinary stonemasons who have maintained it for generations.
Please be aware of our forthcoming deadline to our Maintenance Grant Programme on 26 September 2018. This will also be the last round of the Maintenance Programme under its currentContinue reading
This ecumenical event is being delivered in partnership between the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham and the Anglican Dioceses of Hereford, Lichfield and Worcester. Open to anyone who works, supportsContinue reading
When we talk about fresh expressions of church, and courageous worship, we often think of activities outside our church buildings or we try all different ways to help people get over the ‘barrier’ of coming into our churches on a Sunday to join our Sunday worship. But here was an example of at least 80 people who weren’t churchgoers coming into a church building and happily singing hymns and taking part in a church service