This year’s Cross of St Wulfstan has been given to Miss Marian Collins, 92, who for many years has been PCC Secretary and Churchwarden at St Nicholas Church in Dormston.
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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.
An article for June editions of parish magazines from Bishop Martin.
Bishop John and Bishop Martin have both written messages for Easter.
Ten new honorary Canons have been appointed at Worcester Cathedral in recognition of their work in both the Diocese and the wider Church. Appointments are made by the Bishop of Worcester in consultation with the Chapter of the Cathedral.
Bishop John's Lent Appeal for this year will raise money for our partner diocese of Morogoro in Tanzania.
Bishop John calls on all in the Diocese of Worcester to pray for the people of Ukraine and for peace, and for the leaders of the West as they deliberate on how to respond to the terrible unprovoked aggression of Russia.
In a letter for the February editions of parish magazines, Bishop John looks ahead to Lent and his Lent Appeal.
Phil Bradford explains how the Â£10,000 raised through Bishop John's Lent Appeal in 2021 had a significant impact in the Diocese of Peru.
Bishop Martin's New Year message for 2022
Bishop John's New Year message for 2022.
Bishop John and Bishop Martin have both written Christmas messages. Read them here.
Bishop Martin reflects on his 12 day Pilgrimage of Prayer and Hope around the Diocese, during which he visited 106 churches.
To celebrate the feast of Christ the King, confirmations were held at the Cathedral on Sunday with people from across the diocese being confirmed by the Bishop of Dudley, Martin Gorick.Â
Over 40 people from across the Diocese have received a certificate from Bishop Martin, marking the completion of a course designed to help them relate their Christian faith to their own life and locality.
The Bishop of Dudley, Martin Gorick, has backed Dudley Boroughâ€™s bid for city status â€“ saying that it would be a big boost to the Black Country as a whole.
Bishop Martin is supporting a campaign calling for churches to take a more sustainable approach to flower arranging and whenever possible, stop using floral foam in their displays.
Five people from parishes across the Diocese were admitted to the office of Reader on Saturday. Bishop Martin conducted the service, licensing the individuals to minister in the parishes they have been called to serve.
Throughout Autumn, Bishop Martin will be journeying around the diocese in a pilgrimage of prayer and hope, spending two days in each of our deaneries and visiting as many churches as possible.
An article for September editions of parish magazines from Bishop Martin.