Discussion groups, informal and formal worship, Holy Communion, quiet activities, prayer ministry and anointing.
Bishop Rachel wants to hear young people’s views on their faith – if you’re 11-18, come and have a meal and share your thoughts. Tell us what would help you deepen your spiritual life and give you more confidence to share your faith with others.
Cathedral Evensong for Readers with Bishop Rachel and Bishop Robert Refreshments afterwards in the Chapter House
Well known people, places and organisations have come together to record a song to celebrate Gloucestershire as part of BBC Radio Glos’ 30th birthday celebrations. Bishop Rachel sings sweetly outsideContinue reading
The Bishop of Gloucester hosted an event in the House of Lords on Monday 15 October, to challenge the effectiveness of the recently launched Female Offender Strategy. Her aim isContinue reading
Bishop Rachel and Bishop Robert have signed a letter to the Times, expressing concern about the effect of the two child limit policy for tax credit and universal credit. ItContinue reading
The Bishop of Gloucester and the Bishop of Tewkesbury will be leading a series of teaching sessions and discussions during the weeks leading up to Easter. Starting with Ash Wednesday,Continue reading
A team of volunteers from Winchcombe will be holding a special Christmas musical event with special guests the Rt Revd Rachel Treweek, Bishop of Gloucester and the Venerable Phil Andrew, Archdeacon of Cheltenham, toContinue reading
Bishop Rachel opened this year’s Stroud Sacred Music Festival. The festival was founded on the belief that music is the language of the heart, and can succeed in bringing unityContinue reading
Leaders of young people gathered at Bishopscourt from around the Diocese to celebrate their work together and hear a vision for future ministry and vocation from Bishop Rachel. As wellContinue reading
Chrism Eucharist Gloucester Cathedral April 13th 2017 [Revelation 1.5b-8 & Luke 7.36-50] As many of you know, I began Lent in our partner dioceses in India. It was wonderful toContinue reading