Mel Beynon, Curate in the Halas Team, spent an afternoon exploring the free resources available from the Church of England and found them to be really helpful.
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Rector of the Brierley Hill team, David Hoskin, and the Director of Music at Christ Church, Richard Ganner, have been working together to offer worship for their local community online.
A blog from the Revd Victoria Barlow on more accessible online worship.
Clergy and others across the Diocese are live streaming services and offering other digital content.
One of our resourcing churches, Top Church in Dudley, has been connecting with its congregation and community in different ways during the pandemic.
Chair of the House of Laity, Hugh Richards, shares his experience of worshipping with others while in 'lockdown'.
Please be aware that some Zoom meetings can be hijacked by unwanted guests.
Subtitles make videos much more accessible. Not just for those people who rely on subtitles, but as most people watch videos on their phone on mute, subtitles are vital for getting your messages across.
Would you like to join a Skype prayer group?
Diocesan Secretary, John Preston, has held his first online house group. He shares his experience.
A letter from the Bishop of Worcester for April editions of parish Magazines.
Have you listened to a new local Christian radio show?
By Tallie Proud, Church of England, Digital Communications OfficerHere are a few things to think about when taking photos:Invest in a tripodTo keep photos sharp in lower light, use a tripod to keep the camera steadyThe tripod can also give access to