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From Cradley Heath to Cradley - The story of how the clock from St Luke's was saved and fitted into the tower at St Peter's Church!
Reg Moule will be at Holy Innocents’ Church in Kidderminster on Thursday 7 July to answer all your tricky gardening questions.
For three weeks over the school summer holiday, St Martin’s Church on the London Road, Worcester will be hosting a HAF (Holiday Activities and Food) holiday club for children of families on low incomes.
Claire Arden has been appointed as the new Assistant Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser following the retirement of Sarah Booth. Claire will work with Hilary and Delia in the safeguarding team, providing safeguarding support and advice across the Diocese.
Curate in Redditch, Mother Victoria Barlow & Lay Reader Fiona Carter have recently opened a ‘coffee stop’ at the church to reach out to local school parents with help from a Kingdom People Fund grant.
As part of the national giving strategy of the Church of England, our diocese will be receiving 30 contactless devices for our churches this October, amounting to over £13,000 of investment.
This year’s Cross of St Wulfstan has been given to Miss Marian Collins, 92, who for many years has been PCC Secretary and Churchwarden at St Nicholas Church in Dormston.
There's something for everyone at the Church Tent at the Three Counties Show this weekend - pop in for a coffee and homemade cake!
An article for July editions of parish magazines, from the Archdeacon of Dudley, Nikki Groarke.
Pershore & Evesham Deanery recently held a discussion meeting looking at "Our Vision of Church & Resourcing Ministry for this Deanery" with 95 people attending.
Fourteen candidates will be ordained over the first weekend in July to serve in parishes across the Diocese.
Little Seeds is a new resource for toddler groups which will help leaders to be more intentional about talking about our faith.
This week is Love Your Burial Ground Week, a chance to celebrate your churchyard! Many parishes are also taking part in Churches Count on Nature to record the biodiversity they find.
Canon Harold Goddard was sadly found dead at his home on Wednesday.
The Revd Catherine Lack has been elected as Chair of Worcestershire Interfaith Forum. The group is dedicated to representing the interests and values of faith communities throughout the county.
Doug Chaplin, our Discipleship and Lay Training Officer recently attended a conference on peace in Wittenberg, part of the Evangelical Church of Central Germany, with whom we have a partnership link. Here he reflects on the event.
A pupil from Tenacres Primary School in the parish of Ipsley, Redditch is celebrating after winning the Open the Book Platinum Jubilee competition. St Peter's church is also celebrating the Jubilee in a number of ways.
A carving of the crucifixion has been gifted to Crowle Church by Tim Rogers who lives in the village. Tim is a retired teacher who taught himself to carve and over the last 20 years has been creating 19 different carved panels depicting the life of Christ.
Geoff Sansome from Claines Church in Worcester has been linking up churches in Worcester to enable Ukrainian refugees to come to the city and be supported.
The Clergy Support Trust provides support to Anglican clergy (serving and retired), ordinands, and their families. They have a range of grants available.