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  • Prayer Diary (March 2019 - May 2019)
    • 30 January 2019

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

  • Prayer Diary (December 2018- February 2019)

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

  • Prayer Diary (September - November 2018)

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

  • Preparing Good PowerPoints

    Ministry by good administration with Doug Chaplin

  • G9. Prayer diary
  • DTP for Church Newsletters / Service Sheets

    Ministry by good administration with Doug Chaplin

  • Letter from Archdeacon of Dudley

    It is a steadily growing, worldwide organisation enabling people to gather weekly, drawn by a sense of community and the promise of well-being. It is facilitated primarily by enthusiastic volunteers who work for more than ...

  • Ordination service
    ​Ordinations 2019

    Over the weekend of 22/23 June, 16 people will be ordained to serve in parishes across the Diocese.On Saturday, 12 candidates will be ordained priest in the Cathedral, having completed their first year in their ...

  • Church tent in the Three Counties Show
    ​Royal Three Counties Show 2019

    In June, thousands of visitors will flock to the Royal Three Counties Show which takes place annually in Malvern. If you’re planning to come along, why not pop into the Church Tent, which always offers ...

  • ​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, ...

  • ​Christian Aid Week

    Christian Aid Week starts on 13 May and this year’s focus is on maternal health in Sierra Leone, sharing the key message of “All mums should live.”Church volunteers have collected donations during Christian Aid Week ...

  • ​Rogation

    Rogationtide is a period 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 Latin ...

  • The brand new Resource Hub is live!

    The hub, which you'll need to be logged into your ACNY account to access, contains high quality resources for use across websites, social media, print and even church TVs. This is the latest tool delivered ...

  • ​Being a Governor in a Church of England School

    School governors form the largest voluntary body in the UK. It is very important to have effective governors in our church schools, who will, as part of their role, encourage the distinctive Christian values of ...

  • ​The Chrism Eucharist

    The annual Chrism Eucharist traditionally takes place on Maundy Thursday in Holy Week. In our diocese, the service will take place on Monday because Bishop John, as Lord High Almoner to HM The Queen, has ...

  • Letter from Archdeacon of Worcester

    It seems to me that certain key truths in our lives are beyond words. Not for nothing has the Church brought poets, hymn writers, painters, artists and musicians into its life to express what words ...

  • ​Mothering Sunday

    Mothering Sunday falls on the fourth Sunday of Lent and is a day on which we recognise the importance of those who have cared for and mothered us throughout our lives.For many years, the Mothers’ ...

  • ​Becoming an Eco Diocese

    The Diocesan Eco Group will give a presentation to Diocesan Synod at the start of March to begin steps towards becoming an Eco Diocese.Many of us are very aware of the major threats to the ...

  • ​Shrove Tuesday

    Shrove Tuesday will be celebrated on 5 March, in advance of Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent. It is a day of penitence, to clean the soul and a last chance to celebrate and ...

  • Letter from Archdeacon of Dudley

    Driving to church one Sunday morning recently I heard a report on the radio about ‘slow art’. Not something I had considered before, but I discovered there is a Slow Art Movement, and a Slow ...