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  • We are the Church of England in Worcestershire and Dudley. 
    Welcome to the Diocese of Worcester.

    Latest Coronavirus updates can be found here.

    During this period of lockdown, we have been producing videos twice a week for your reflection and meditation. Watch them here.

    The Diocese of Worcester is one of 41 (42 including the Diocese in Europe) that make up the Church of England. The diocese covers an area of 670 square miles and includes the County of Worcestershire, the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley, and a few parishes in northern Gloucestershire, south east Wolverhampton and Sandwell - so we are not short on variety.

    We aspire to be Kingdom People, living out the values of love, compassion, justice and freedom to bring about the kingdom of God on earth.

    The Diocese of Worcester is committed to safeguarding children, young people and vulnerable adults to worship and grow in Christ safely. 


    Our clergy are amazing, but COVID-19 means we need help to continue to meet the costs of their stipends.


    Please continue to support your local church as your first priority. 

    However, if in addition to this, you are able to give to the ‘Diocese of Worcester Ministry Fund’, your donation will be used to help pay for our clergy now and in the coming months.


  • Latest Articles

    Opening for public worship

    Churches were able to open for public worship last weekend. Here's the experience of Little Malvern Priory, Kidderminster Ismere & the Gornal & Sedgely Teams. Read More

    Bromsgrove Youth Project

    In 2018 the Anglican churches of Bromsgrove launched the Bromsgrove Youth Project. We produced this video about the project. Read More

    Thanking Charlton's churchwarden

    Eighty-year-old Helen Fowler recently stood down as churchwarden at Charlton church. She was surprised in lockdown with a presentation from the Revd Sarah Dangerfield & Parish Wardens, Meredith and Celia. Read More


  • Daily Prayer

    Brierley Hill Team

    At Christ Church, Quarry Bank, continue to pray for initiatives aiming to create a new church community, such as Café Church, and for laughter ordinarily shared at events such as Skittles Night. Clergy: David Hoskin, Beryl Pritchett; Readers: Keith Colley, Val Houghton.

    Bangor (Wales): Bishop Andrew John
    Northern Indiana (USA): Bishop Douglas Sparks

    View the 'Daily Prayer' for this month


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