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Access worship via a new free phone line from the Church of England.
The Revd Allison Davies shares her experience of offering ministry during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Our clergy are amazing, but COVID-19 means we need help to continue to meet the costs of their stipends.
One of our resourcing churches, Top Church in Dudley, has been connecting with its congregation and community in different ways during the pandemic.
Chair of the House of Laity, Hugh Richards, shares his experience of worshipping with others while in 'lockdown'.
A letter from the Bishop of Dudley for parish magazine editors.
Many of our schools remain open during the Easter holidays.
Please be aware that some Zoom meetings can be hijacked by unwanted guests.
How All Saints in Worcester has been connecting with others while churches are closed.
Advice and guidance around funerals during the Coronavirus 'lockdown'.
Church Buildings Officer, Mark Carter offers some advice on caring for your closed building.
Subtitles make videos much more accessible. Not just for those people who rely on subtitles, but as most people watch videos on their phone on mute, subtitles are vital for getting your messages across.
Are you thinking of making changes to your church? The rules are changing.
The archbishops and others are presently encouraging people to attend acts of worship in their imagination, and online. People are asked to pray at home, but with others who are praying elsewhere. This includes virtual Holy Communion â€“ and many people have used the traditional language of â€œspiritual communionâ€ without explaining it. Doug Chaplin offers a short explanation, with some prayers that you can use.
Shellie Ward is the Vicar of Broadway and Wickhamford â€“ she has put in place a number of different initiatives over the last week or so to ensure that church can continue even though people arenâ€™t able to meet in the building.
Diocesan Secretary, John Preston, has held his first online house group. He shares his experience.
Ideas and resources for churches trying to continue to connect with young people during the Coronavirus epidemic.
Bishops John and Martin have written to all parishes following the latest Coronavirus guidance.
Our church schools are working together during the Coronavirus pandemic.