Supporting refugees in Worcester

Published: 13th May 2022

Geoff Sansome from Claines Church in Worcester has been linking up churches in Worcester to enable Ukrainian refugees to come to the city and be supported.

Could the Clergy Support Trust help you?

Published: 12th May 2022

The Clergy Support Trust provides support to Anglican clergy (serving and retired), ordinands, and their families. They have a range of grants available.

St Matthias CE Primary helps with well dressing

Published: 12th May 2022

Each year in Malvern, many wells are dressed for the May day weekend. There are at least 200 springs and spouts around the area, and those which are most accessible are decorated in various styles, by local groups and individuals, including St Matthias CE Primary.

Bishop John to cycle the Camino

Published: 5th May 2022

Bishop John and H-J will be cycling almost 500 miles on the Camino Frances to Santiago De Compostela in Spain to raise funds for the Cathedral.

Workplace Chaplaincy

Published: 4th May 2022

Faith at Work in Worcestershire (FWW) and the Black Country Urban Industrial Mission (BCUIM) are ecumenical projects that encourage and enable workplace Chaplaincy across the Diocese.

Marking Pentecost through praying Thy Kingdom Come

Published: 4th May 2022

The Day of Pentecost, this year on 5 June, marks fifty days since Easter Day and brings the Easter season to an end.

Churches Count on Nature

Published: 4th May 2022

An article for June editions of parish magazines from Bishop Martin.

Informal services in Malvern Link with Cowleigh

Published: 3rd May 2022

A new series of services has begun especially for people with dementia, special needs and their carers, and so far they've been a great success

The Trussell Trust provides over 2 million parcels in the past year

Published: 27th April 2022

In latest figures released by the Trussell Trust, food banks in its network provided more than 2.1 million food parcels to people in the past year across UK, alarmingly, more than 800,000 of these were for children.

Update on the Calling Young Disciples Project

Published: 27th April 2022

Director of Ministry and Discipleship, Jonathan Kimber, gives an update on the Calling Young Disciples Project and the post of Diocesan Children's Officer.

Pershore responds to gifts appeal for NHS staff

Published: 21st April 2022

Members of churches in Pershore and the surrounding villages have responded to an appeal for care gifts for A&E staff at the Worcestershire Royal Hospital.

Two recipients of this year's Maundy Money

Published: 14th April 2022

Two church members from Worcestershire have received ‘Maundy Money’ from HM the Queen in recognition of their exemplary Christian service to church and community over many years.

Easter messages from our Bishops

Published: 13th April 2022

Bishop John and Bishop Martin have both written messages for Easter.

Grants awarded to support benefices with Ministry Share

Published: 11th April 2022

Following the introduction of Ministry Share in January, last week over £1.2m was awarded to parishes to help them transition to the new system.

Forest Church at St Peter's, Pedmore

Published: 11th April 2022

St Peter’s Church in Pedmore, Stourbridge invited families to come and explore their churchyard on Palm Sunday for their first Forest Church session.

Live Lent - Embracing Justice, week 6

Published: 9th April 2022

Bishop Martin offers a reflection as we begin to 'walk through Holy Week'.

Claire Billington to be Curate-in-Charge of the Bowland benefice

Published: 8th April 2022

The Revd Claire Billington has been appointed as Curate-in-Charge of the Bowland benefice.

Worcester Cathedral - Living Gently on the Earth

Published: 8th April 2022

Worcester Cathedral is planning a series of workshops and events to help us all 'live gently on the Earth'.

Rogation Sunday

Published: 4th April 2022

Rogation Sunday is on 22 May 2022.

Concert success at St Peter's Church in Cradley

Published: 4th April 2022

St Peter's Church in Cradley have been holding bi-monthly concerts as a way to connect with the local community and the number of people attending has been steadily increasing.

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