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Mainly Music at St Wulstan, Worcester

Published: 28th July 2021

St Wulstan’s Church in Warndon, Worcester has been piloting a ‘Mainly Music’ session over the last half term and is working hard to ensure that it is linked into their Sunday morning service.


Continuing Open the Book through the pandemic

Published: 20th July 2021

When Covid-19 meant that the Hanley Swan and Welland Open the Book Team couldn't go into schools, they began creating films of the stories using wooden pegs!


Mental Health Awareness Week

Published: 9th May 2021

Children’s Officer, Emma Pettifer, writes about the importance of looking after our mental health.


Commissioning of the first Calling Young Disciples Hub

Published: 26th March 2021

The first Calling Young Disciples learning hub has come to an end with members being commissioned for their ongoing work with children, young people and families.


Burning down the house research

Published: 26th February 2021

In 2020 We Are Tearfund and Youthscape surveyed 630 young Christians from the UK. They asked 14-19 year olds about their thoughts on the climate, the church and their faith.


Alice in Quarentown!

Published: 18th February 2021

The young people at St John's Church in Dudley Wood are hosting their annual panto online this year. 'Alice in Quarentown' will premier on their Church Facebook page on Sat 20 Feb at 6.50pm.


Pause with Pancakes

Published: 16th February 2021

A pancake-making liturgy created by the Calling Young Disciples team using Christian Aid resources.


4Front Theatre uses vicarage to produce Christmas content

Published: 22nd December 2020

4Front Theatre have lived and worked in Elmley Castle vicarage throughout Advent to produce their Christmas shows!


New YMCA service for young people

Published: 13th November 2020

Can you help the YMCA by hosting a young person in your home?


Shoebox appeal from Evesham charity

Published: 13th November 2020

As we head towards Christmas - could you fill a shoebox with treats for other children? Teams4U needs your help!


New Diocesan Education Adviser appointed

Published: 9th November 2020

The Revd Duncan Hutchison has been appointed as Education Adviser and will support our church schools as part of our Education Team.


'Climb' with the Children's Society

Published: 16th October 2020

During the lockdown, the Children’s Society started a new project in the West Mercia region to support young people who could be at risk of entering the criminal justice system.


New resources to connect with Church families

Published: 2nd October 2020

To help parishes connect with their church children, our Calling Young Disciples team has created some interactive resources for children to use each week church during services, or at home. 


Summer school at Jessons CE Primary

Published: 26th August 2020

Over three weeks in August, Jessons CE Primary has been running a summer school, with 125 pupils attending each day aged 5 – 9 in six different bubbles.


Bromsgrove Youth Project

Published: 7th July 2020

In 2018 the Anglican churches of Bromsgrove launched the Bromsgrove Youth Project. We produced this video about the project.


#FaithatHome launched by the Church of England

Published: 30th April 2020

Bishop Martin has supported the launch of #FaithatHome from the Church of England.


Being at school during the Coronavirus pandemic

Published: 9th April 2020

Many of our schools remain open during the Easter holidays.


Diddy Disciples at St John in Bedwardine

Published: 6th April 2020

Join with St John in Bedwardine church as they hold online Diddy Disciples sessions.


Baptism Books Easter resource

Published: 1st April 2020

This month's Baptism Books resource for families looks at the story of the Very Hungry Caterpillar and offers lots of suggestions for activities families can do at home along with prayers to use.


Resources for youth workers during the Coronavirus crisis

Published: 19th March 2020

Ideas and resources for churches trying to continue to connect with young people during the Coronavirus epidemic.


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