At St Peter's Inkberrow, this Christmas for the second year,Â they organised a 'stable trail' as a different way to tell the Christmas story to their local community.
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When the service of Nine Lessons and Carols in Hanbury Church had to be cancelled due to Covid, the team found an alternative way of holding the event, reaching many more people as a result.
Bishop Michael Langrish reflects on the vulnerable Christian communities that remain in the Holy Land and the work of Friends of the Holy Land.
Bishop John and Bishop Martin have both written Christmas messages. Read them here.
St Nicholasâ€™ Church in Warndon, Worcester has covered its local area with knitted stars this Advent, encouraging the community to take one home for their Christmas trees!
Weâ€™d like to celebrate the Nativity story on social media during Advent, send us your videos!
An article for December's editions of parish magazines from the Archdeacon of Worcester, Robert Jones.
A Church Near You received over 77 million page views last year, with 81% first-time visitors. Many will have been looking for a local church over Christmas â€“ make sure they can find you!
'At the heart of Christmas' is the Church of Englandâ€™s theme for Advent and Christmas 2021.
New Year messages from Bishop John and Bishop Martin.
An account from Stephen Gerhard Stehli from Magdeburg, Germany who spent last Christmas in Worcester having always wanted to experience an â€œEnglish Christmas".
The Diocese of Worcester's Christmas Carol 2020
Read the Christmas messages from Bishops John and Martin.
A live nativity scene on a trailer will be taken by tractor around villages in the Worcestershire West Team this Christmas Eve!
Churches across the Diocese are finding different ways of engaging with their communities during Advent.
On Saturday 5 December Holy Trinity Church in Malvern held their first ever Christmas Fayre by telephone, raising over Â£1000 for church funds!
Both Wordsley and Stanford on Teme churches are planning virtual Christmas Tree festivals on Facebook to engage their communities in the events that usually take place in person.
St Maryâ€™s Church in Hanley Castle have organised an online advent calendar this year, with a different nativity set behind each door to be opened throughout December
St Stephenâ€™s Church Redditch celebrates the winners of their Christmas Tree Festival: Redditch and Bromsgrove Guide Dogs for the Blind Association.
If you are in need of inspiration then head along to St Stephens Churchon Church Green in Redditch Town Centre.