An invitation to celebrate #ThankYouDay on Sunday 4 July and free resources to help your worshipping community take part.
Message from Bishop Rachel
Tomorrow we begin our Lenten journey. As we lived our first lockdown during Lent last year, I referred on several occasions to those wonderful words from the Lent preface to the Eucharistic prayer about ‘learning to be God’s people once again’ …
£9,500 raised in seven weeks in thankfulness for vaccines
Bishop Rachel encourages everyone who has had a Covid-19 vaccination to give thanks by donating money to help others in crisis across the world.
Bishop Rachel’s Christmas Eve Sermon
Given in Gloucester Cathedral
Today in the USA, folks are gathering and turkeys are going in the oven and people across the land are settling in for a festive four-day weekend. No, they’re notContinue reading
Choose to be thankful
This time of year, my heart is back home in Utah. My thoughts are all about Thanksgiving, a particularly American holiday. The word evokes images of parades, family reunions, turkey,Continue reading
A Missing Debate
Every community and every individual is affected to a greater or lesser extent by government cutbacks. But there is one area of public spending that appears to be attracting littleContinue reading