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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

  • Reader Roadshow

    Reader Roadshows are for anyone interested in finding out more about Reader ministry

  • Thy Kingdom Come
  • Sermon podcast: Sunday before Lent

    Press the play button to listen to the recording or click on the Download link to download a .mp3 file to your computer.I’ve never been one for skiing and mountain sports. When friends used to ...

  • Priest-in-Charge St Stephen's, Worcester

    We are an enthusiastic and motivated congregation, rooted in the  modern catholic tradition and committed to Praising God and Serving the Community.We are looking for a new priest for the exciting next stage of our ...

  • Pupils celebrating at Elmley Castle First School
    Elmley Castle First School celebrates

    The pupils and staff of Elmley Castle First School are celebrating after being confirmed as a ‘good’ school by Ofsted. The inspection was carried out at the end of January and the report commends the ...

  • Lapal Community Choir

    The Revd Hazel Charlton, Vicar of St. Peter's, Lapal in the Halas Team couldn't find a local choir in which to sing, so decided to set one up! She tells us all about it: "About a ...

  • Sermon podcast: 2 before Lent

    Press the play button to listen to the recording or click on the Download link to download a .mp3 file to your computer. A few years ago I received a very polite complaint by email ...

  • Sermon podcast: 3 before Lent

    Press the play button to listen to the recording or click on the Download link to download a .mp3 file to your computer. Recently I have been spending some time reflecting on works of art, ...

  • Bishop Perowne students debate church buildings

    On Monday 30 January, the students of year 7 from Bishop Perowne School participated in a debate at St Barnabas Church, Worcester. The debate question, which came from the RE syllabus, was ‘Should religious buildings ...

  • Letter from the Bishop Of Dudley

    Judging by various conversations that I’ve been having, I’m not alone in feeling increasingly concerned by the rhetoric of building walls, putting those we describe as ‘us’ first, segregating people by religion, and the damning ...

  • Chaplain Hazel Charlton
    Chaplain brings animals to Halesowen College

    Staff and students at Halesowen College will be able to boost their health and wellbeing at a new animal café.Animal cafes are where customers can pet a furry friend while grabbing a cuppa to help ...

  • Queen's Sapphire Jubilee at Holy Innocents' Church
    Celebrating the Sapphire Jubilee in Kidderminster

    Heather Prangley from Holy Innocents' Church in Kidderminster reports on their celebration of the Queen's Sapphire Jubilee. "The 6th February marks 65 years since the death of King George VI and the accession of the very young ...

  • RIP the Revd Andrew Collins

    AN ADDRESS GIVEN BY THE LORD CORMACK AT THE FUNERAL OF THE REVEREND ANDREW COLLINS HELD IN ST MARY’S CHUCH, ENVILLE ON THURSDAY 5 JANUARY 2017It is little more than a year ago, on 29th ...

  • ​Mission Enablers about to start

    Calling Young Disciples (CYD) is about working with churches across the Diocese to help them strengthen their engagement with children, young people and their families so that more have the opportunity to respond to God’s ...

  • ​Fairtrade Fortnight

    However hard farmers work to provide the things we depend on, millions in developing countries still aren’t paid what they deserve. When we come together we can change the way people think about trade and ...

  • Longstanding churchwarden laid to rest

    The life of Roly Morris, churchwarden for over 40 years was celebrated today at Tibberton Church. Hundreds of people turned out to pay their final respects to the 94 year old who died in December. The ...

  • Sermon podcast: 4 before Lent

    Press the play button to listen to the recording or click on the Download link to download a .mp3 file to your computer. So we come to the fourth Sunday before Lent. We’ve got past ...