As part of the national giving strategy of the Church of England, our diocese will be receiving 30 contactless devices for our churches this October, amounting to over £13,000 of investment.
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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.
The small community at Kyre Church has raised around Â£15,000Â to make repairs to one of the church's windows, successfully applying to a number of trusts.
The Government has confirmed that the Listed Places of Worship Grant Scheme is extended until 31 March 2025.Â Find out more about it.
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.
Faced with the challenge of raising funds for their building project with Covid restrictions still in place, St Maryâ€™s Church in Pickersleigh, Malvern, undertook a crowdfunding appeal with a twist.
A clock rescued from St Luke's Church in Cradley Heath before it was demolished has been installed at St Peter's Church in Cradley.
An update from Stewardship and Resources Officer, Chris Boden on the latest guidance for churches on fundraising.
Shari Lewison-Frisch has become the new Diocesan Ambassador for the Childrenâ€™s Society.
It is now even easier for people to give to your church through the Parish Giving Scheme.
Bishop Johnâ€™s Lent Appeal this year will be for the Diocese of Peru where the Coronavirus pandemic has hit the people extremely hard.
Great Witley Church has been awarded Â£37,500 from the Governmentâ€™s Cultural Recovery Fund to help during the Coronavirus pandemic.
On Friday 18th September three men will embark on a sponsored row from Stratford-upon-Avon to Cropthorne to raise much-needed funds for the Diocesan Retreat House, Holland House.
The National Lottery Heritage Fund has announced its support for the repairs and improved accessibility at St Michael & All Angels Church, an historic Grade I listed 12th Century Church in Stoke Prior Bromsgrove.
The Diocesan Environmental Group are planning to release a series of eco tips to support and encourage churches to engage with Eco Church even at this time.Â
Our clergy are amazing, but COVID-19 means we need help to continue to meet the costs of their stipends.
Please encourage church members to sign up to the Parish Giving Scheme.
The Kidderminster West Team have been thinking about 20:20 vision in the year 2020, to support the charity Sightsavers.
This year's Bishop's Lent appeal will raise money for the Diocese of Morogoro.
The Revd Anthea Elston, part time vicar of All Saints Hollybush, will set out on the journey of a lifetime on Monday.