A new cross-diocesan appointment will see Gemma Martin become the next Diocesan Director of Education for Hereford Diocese and our Diocesan Director of Education, Tim Reid supporting Gemma as Executive Director of Education across both dioceses.
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Kingswinford with Wall Heath and St John in Halesowen are the first churches to have national funding released.
People up and down the country are giving some of their time during Lent for a 10-day climate justice prayer vigil outside the Houses of Parliament.
Three Priests in the Teme Valley who have recently joined together to work across a new wider mission area share the many advantages to grouping together in this new way
The Mothers’ Union has joined forces with the Cathedral and Worcester Community Trust for a powerful exhibition to raise awareness of domestic abuse and gender-based violence.
Around 25 people gathered at Dudley Council House this morning for an Inter Faith Week reception.
A group of people of different faiths gathered in Sanders Park in Bromsgrove this afternoon to plant a tree as a way of reaching out to each other and committing to work together, as well as marking the start of Interfaith Week.
Chair of the Morogoro Partnership Group, John Green offers a reflection on the recent diocesan trip to our partner diocese in Tanzania.
The Children’s Society has now launched its 12th annual Good Childhood Report. The report shows the latest trends in children’s wellbeing.
On Saturday afternoon, the Worcester Diocesan Synod Motion on the contribution of faith to the rehabilitation of offenders was presented to General Synod in York.
Over the last few days, we've had visitors from our partnership link with the Evangelische Kirche in Mitteldeutschland (EKM).
Last month, three of our curates – Mel Beynon, Richard Sandland and James Williams visited our partner diocese in central Germany as part of a ‘curate exchange’.
Bishop John’s Lent Appeal in 2023 will be for the Anglican Diocese of Peru.
Our partners in the Diocese of Peru have once again asked for our prayers following a series of violent protests across the country.
Our partner diocese of Peru needs our prayers after a turbulent time in their politics.
Faith Leaders and community groups from across the West Midlands gathered at Bescot Stadium in Walsall last week alongside civil leaders, local government, and public sectors bodies.
Bishop John has recently returned from a visit to our partner diocese of Peru, visiting some of the projects which have been supported by previous Lent appeals. Read his reflections on the visit.
The Halesowen Welcome Group was opened in 2008 with the aim of helping combat social isolation and financial exclusion of refugees locally. Started by Churches Together in Halesowen, they now support over 200 refugees and asylum seekers a year with many attending their Monday sessions each week.
Faith Leaders gathered at Dudley Council House yesterday to mark Inter Faith Week. Representatives from all the major faiths were present along with the Mayor of Dudley and Deputy Lieutenant for the West Midlands.
All Saints in Sedgley have launched an innovative new project to see how nostalgic films might help those with dementia. The launch was visited by the Mayor of Dudley.