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  • Messy Discipleship training event

    Lucy Moore will help us keep discipleship the focus of Messy Church and other similar contexts.

  • Diocesan Quiet Day

    A 'Quiet Day' for licensed clergy in the Diocese of Worcester

  • Sermon podcast: Easter 3

    Press the play button to listen to the recording or click on the Download link to download a .mp3 file to your computer.Do you believe in coincidences or God-incidents? Those moments of great significance when ...

  • Pictures from Kidderminster's Easter trail
    Easter trail in Kidderminster

    On Saturday, 15 April, clergy and laity from a number of churches across Kidderminster came together to deliver an Easter Trail, based on the Easter Story. Families collected quiz sheets from the bandstand and filled in ...

  • Eric Wiles
    New Deputy Chair of the DBF

    Eric Wiles has been appointed in a voluntary capacity as the new Deputy Chair of the Diocesan Board of Finance and Chair of the Investment and Glebe Committee.Eric is a member of St. Kenelm’s Church ...

  • Archdeacon Robert preaching
    Sermon podcast: Easter 2

    Press the play button to listen to the recording or click on the Download link to download a .mp3 file to your computer.Alleluia, Christ is risen. He is risen indeed. Alleluia!We continue using this ancient ...

  • Paul Irving with graves at Beoley
    Are your family members buried in Beoley?

    St Leonard's Church in Beoley is trying to contact families to restore unsafe gravestones in their churchyard. Following a recent inspection, a small number of stones were identified as dangerous to churchyard users due to ...

  • Desk-based survey
  • Letter from the Bishop of Worcester

    Thy Kingdom ComeFrom Ascension Day on 25 May to Pentecost on 4 June, parishes across the Diocese will be joining with Christians worldwide in a ten-day wave of prayer for the coming of God’s Kingdom. ...

  • Nejebar & family
    Christian Aid Week 2017

    Sixty years ago, a generation of Christians decided they would not stand by whilst people suffered in refugee camps amidst the aftermath of the Second World War. Inspired by the teaching of Jesus Christ, they ...

  • Support for Fresh Expressions in the Diocese

    Archdeacon Nikki has established a group of those leading Fresh Expressions of Church across the Diocese, who meet termly to encourage each other and share good practice.At each meeting, one person will give a case ...

  • Kirchentag 2017

    500 years ago Martin Luther wrote the most explosive academic work ever published. He posted his 95 theses on forgiveness on the door of the castle church in his university town of Wittenberg. The eventual ...

  • Archdeacons Nikki & Rob
    Archdeacons’ visitations

    During May, the Archdeacons will meet with churchwardens from each of our parishes, to find out how things are going in their parish, hear encouraging stories about local mission and ministry and identify areas where ...

  • New website template for parishes

    Django Church is a low cost way to set up a parish website which is straightforward to put together and maintain.The designers offer several templates specifically for churches and we have designed one for parishes ...

  • Rector of Bewdley

    Bewdley is a fine, vibrant Georgian town on both banks of the River Severn in Worcestershire, with easy access to Birmingham, Ludlow and Stratford upon Avon.  Its steam railway, ancient forest and safari park attract ...

  • Church life
  • Test of Faith Lent Course in Areley Kings
    Test of Faith - Lent in Areley Kings

    Have you ever wondered how science and faith fit together? Can you be a Christian and still accept scientific fact and theory? Then perhaps Test of Faith is for you.The Test of Faith project is ...

  • Bev Jameson with children at Experience Easter
    Experience Easter in Droitwich

    Experience Easter, six interactive displays telling the story of Easter, are on display at St Andrews Church in Droitwich Spa. At each of the six displays there is something to do or to think about. For ...

  • Thy Kingdom Come