Julian Atkins, currently the Countywide Climate Change Coordinator for the public sector partnership, Climate Leadership Gloucestershire, has been appointed Net Zero Programme Director for the Church of England. Having workedContinue reading
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A message from Bishop Rachel and Bishop Robert
Firstly, we want to reiterate our shame and sadness regarding the way those who identify as LGBTQI+ have too often experienced hostility and judgement within the Church rather than being cherished as members of the body of Christ with names and stories.
Message from Bishop Rachel, 13 September 2022
Last Tuesday, many of us were looking at pictures of Her Late Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, receiving our new Prime Minister. Amid a time of yet more political upheaval and economic uncertainty, the Queen was there – that figure of constancy and unity. Then, just 48 hours later, everything changed, and this Tuesday we find ourselves mourning the death of a beloved Queen.
Everyday Faith Portal launched
If you’re looking for a simple way to grow in faith and find new resources to equip, inspire and encourage you in your everyday life, take a look at the Everyday Faith portal
Online Christingle with Bishop Rachel this Sunday
This Sunday 13 December at 9am you are invited to join The Children’s Society’s first ever online National Christingle Service in partnership with the Church of England. The service, willContinue reading
Updates on Thy Kingdom Come 2020
The Revd Canon Chris Russell, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Advisor for Evangelism & Witness, has written to Bishops to give an update on the plans for Thy Kingdom Come 2020,Continue reading
Family to lead national Sunday service
A family from Wakefield, West Yorks, will lead the Church of England’s national virtual service from their living room this Sunday. The Revd Canon Leah Vasey-Saunders, the Canon Precentor ofContinue reading
Bishop Rachel responds to the Peter Ball documentary
“I am utterly ashamed that a so called Bishop in the Church of England committed such horrific abuse.”
A cracking Christmas campaign with some simple wins for churches!
#FollowTheStar is the Church of England’s 2018 Christmas campaign, and offers some easy ways to get involved