Blog by the Revd Dr (Mother) Alycia Timmis: “If we only dare to dream and to trust, God is faithful and takes the hodgepodge, patchwork of our lives and weaves them for His Glory.”
On 21 February, the Archbishops Commission on Housing, Church and Community released a bold new vision for housing and community – ‘Coming Home’. The report presents a profound challenge to the Church of England along with other groups, including the government and developers, to tackle the housing crisis.
We have brought together a panel of some of the key thinkers in this report and the Church’s Housing strategy going forward to explain the implications of the report and answer your questions.
Preparing for its second year, the Gloucester Ministry Experience Scheme gives young adults the opportunity to live and work amongst different worshipping communities in the Gloucester area. The scheme willContinue reading
Our special Maundy Thursday Chrism service, streamed live from Gloucester Cathedral, is now available to watch below. We were joined, via Zoom and Facebook, by Clergy and Lay people fromContinue reading
The Church of England’s 20,000 active clergy – those who hold a licence or Permission to Officiate (PTO) – are being asked to confirm the information that both the NationalContinue reading
To: all clergy and churchwardens in vacancy Please note that all documents referred to in this message can be found in the documents section of the national Church of England’s coronavirusContinue reading
To: All Licensed Clergy, 11 April 2018 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ! By his great mercy he has given us a new birth intoContinue reading
For this years Easter content, click here → Clergy and lay ministers come together to renew vows Gloucester Cathedral will be packed on Thursday 29 March, when clergy andContinue reading