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  • Prayer Diary (March - May 2018)

    The Comms team in the diocesan office produces the Prayer Diary to encourage prayer for individuals, parishes and organisations within the diocese.

  • Suckley, St John the Baptist
    • 20 April 2018

    Faculty Jurisdiction Rules 2015Suckley, St John the BaptistAn application has been made to the Worcester Consistory Court for a faculty to authorise the re-ordering of the Church building including removal of pews (retaining installation of ...

  • Suckley, St John the Baptist
    • 20 April 2018

    Faculty Jurisdiction Rules 2015Suckley, St John the BaptistAn application has been made to the Worcester Consistory Court for a faculty to authorise the installation of new fire alarm, lighting, hearing loop and audio visual equipment ...

  • Bromsgrove, All saints
    • 17 April 2018

    Faculty Jurisdiction Rules 2015Bromsgrove, All SaintsAn application has been made to the Worcester Consistory Court for a faculty to authorise the installation of a handrail to the vestry stepsCopies of the relevant documents may be ...

  • Communications team
  • Ashton-under-Hill, St Barbara
    • 5 April 2018

    Faculty Jurisdiction Rules 2015Ashton-under-Hill, St BarbaraAn application has been made to the Worcester Consistory Court for a faculty to authorise the installation of a kitchenette and an accessible toilet facility, including the installation of a ...

  • Letter from Archdeacon of Worcester

    A worldly faith?Sometimes we imagine that our faith is about becoming more religious. However the French priest and palaeontologist Teilhard de Chardin said, ‘We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual ...

  • ​Dementia Awareness Week

    A number of churches around the diocese are becoming more dementia-friendly, discovering that the journey begins with some simple steps. Some are starting to go further. You can see one example, the Evesham Tea Service, ...

  • ​Rogation Sunday

    Rogation Sunday is the day when the Church has traditionally offered prayer for God’s blessings on the fruits of the earth and the labours of those who produce our food.The word “rogation” is from the ...

  • A Church Near You - Preparing for Holy Week and Easter

    With less than two weeks until Easter, now would be a good time to check your church’s page is ready. Last year, the site received more than 250,000 page views throughout Holy Week. Don’t miss ...

  • ​Vocations Sunday

    There’s an old quip that says – ‘if you were accused of being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?’Vocation is about living out the implications of the faith we profess. Crudely ...

  • ​Easter Garden in the Cathedral

    “We used to have quite a small Easter garden in one of the transepts,” says Michael Brierley, the cathedral precentor. “But it seemed a bit out of the way and a missed opportunity. So we’ve ...

  • ​Thy Kingdom Come 2018

    Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. What started out as an invitation ...

  • Diocesan Mailing
  • Prayer diary
  • The Cathedral Turned Upside Down!

    Developed by the Cathedral’s Education Department, The Cathedral Turned Upside Down App will enable visitors to follow in the footsteps of King Charles II and the Duke of Hamilton as they discover the important role ...

  • Redditch, St Stephen
    • 6 February 2018

    Faculty Jurisdiction Rules 2015Redditch, St StephenAn application has been made to the Worcester Consistory Court for a faculty to authorise the permanent removal of two pewsCopies of the relevant documents may be inspected at the ...

  • ​Mothering Sunday

    Mothering Sunday is celebrated on the 4th Sunday of Lent and is traditionally the day when children, mainly daughters, who hadgone to work as domestic servants were given a day off to visit their mother ...

  • Letter from the Bishop of Dudley

    God’s workHave you noticed that when you turn the pages of scripture people are often described by the job they do? Abraham was a herdsman, Noah was a farmer, David was a shepherd, the first ...

  • The 'A Church Near You' Website
    • 4 February 2018

    During 2017, the national Digital Communications team at Church House in London produced a report on how to get the most from a new A Church Near You website. They spoke to 1,800 people across ...