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  • We are the Church of England in Worcestershire and Dudley. 
    Welcome to the Diocese of Worcester.

    The Diocese of Worcester is one of 41 (42 including the Diocese in Europe) that make up the Church of England. The diocese covers an area of 670 square miles and includes the County of Worcestershire, the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, and a few parishes in northern Gloucestershire, south east Wolverhampton and Sandwell - so we are not short on variety.

    Our diocesan vision is to grow as Kingdom People, sharing the good news of Jesus’ love in Worcestershire and Dudley.  

    As the body of Christ, God’s Kingdom People, we join together to worship creatively, make disciples, share hope, and transform communities as we live out values of love, compassion, justice and freedom.

    The Diocese of Worcester is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults to worship and grow in Christ safely. 

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    Thank you!


     


    Our clergy are amazing, but COVID-19 means we need help to continue to meet the costs of their stipends.

    Donate

    Please continue to support your local church as your first priority. 

    However, if in addition to this, you are able to give to the ‘Diocese of Worcester Ministry Fund’, your donation will be used to help pay for our clergy now and in the coming months.

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  • Latest Articles

    A new service has launched at St James’ Church in Norton juxta Kempsey with support from our Resourcing Church, All Saints in Worcester.
    A new service in Norton juxta Kempsey

    A new service has launched at St James’ Church in Norton juxta Kempsey with support from our Resourcing Church, All Saints in Worcester. Read More

    To mark Black History Month, Bishop Martin gathered a group Minority Ethnic Anglican leaders at Top Church in Dudley, for a meal together. The evening was all about celebrating ethnic diversity and challenging the Church on racial justice.
    Celebrating Black History Month

    To mark Black History Month, Bishop Martin gathered a group Minority Ethnic Anglican leaders at Top Church in Dudley, for a meal together. The evening was all about celebrating ethnic diversity and challenging the Church on racial justice. Read More

    St Barnabas Primary in Worcester had a very special visitor last week as HRH The Princess Royal came to plant a tree as part of The Queen’s Green Canopy Platinum Jubilee initiative.
    A Royal visit for St Barnabas Primary

    St Barnabas Primary in Worcester had a very special visitor last week as HRH The Princess Royal came to plant a tree as part of The Queen’s Green Canopy Platinum Jubilee initiative. Read More

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  • Daily Prayer

    The Protestant Church of Central Germany

    At the weekend, Catholic and Protestant young people will together be paying a visit to Pope Francis. We pray for all those who, despite any resistance, work for the unity of your Church. Encourage those who confess your name above all.

    Grafton (Australia): Bishop Murray Harvey

    View the 'Daily Prayer' for this month

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  • Upcoming Events

    Wednesday 20th October

    19:30 - 20:30 Faculties and the Online Faculty System

    Thursday 21st October

    14:30 - 16:00 Stepping Up - Leading the Intercessions

    Saturday 23rd October

    10:15 - 11:15 St Martin's informal Coffee Concert

    Monday 25th October

    10:30  Tiny Tunes - live classical music for babies and toddlers

    Wednesday 3rd November

    19:30 - 21:00 From Liturgy to Life

    Thursday 4th November

    12:30 - 13:30 The Importance of Archaeology

    Wednesday 10th November

    19:30 - 21:00 From Liturgy to Life

    Saturday 13th November

    19:30 - 21:30 John Rutter's Requiem with the Elgar Chorale

    Tuesday 16th November

    13:45  Pray for schools

    Wednesday 17th November

    19:30 - 21:00 From Liturgy to Life

    Thursday 18th November

    19:30 - 21:00 Thinking about ALM?

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    Our Diocesan Mailing e-newsletter is published fortnightly. It's packed with resources, information, news and events to support those involved in church in the Diocese of Worcester.

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