Following the first round of Open Conversations, the Old Hills benefice were inspired to look at how they might bring more people into their churches.Â They established the Old Hill Caterpillars with people representing each church, but also people from the villages who were not church members.
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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.
St Edmund's Church in Dudley has recently removed three rows of pews from the back to create more space. Removing the floor was an opportunity to see what history could be found underneath!
The Government has confirmed that the Listed Places of Worship Grant Scheme is extended until 31 March 2025.Â Find out more about it.
St John the Baptist in Suckley has received a Â£10,000 grant from the National Churches Trust.
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.
Great Witley Church has been awarded Â£37,500 from the Governmentâ€™s Cultural Recovery Fund to help during the Coronavirus pandemic.
The easy-to-use Energy Footprint Tool will tell your church what your "carbon footprint" is, based on the energy you use to heat and light your buildings.
Churches were able to open for public worship last weekend. Here's the experience of Little Malvern Priory, Kidderminster Ismere & the Gornal & Sedgely Teams.
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.
Church Buildings Officer, Mark Carter offers some advice about safely going back inside church buildings.
Bishop John has written to clergy following a change in guidance from the House of Bishops.
Church Buildings Officer, Mark Carter offers some advice on caring for your closed building.
Are you thinking of making changes to your church? The rules are changing.
Last week, the clock dial saved from St Lukes in Cradley Heath headed north to theworkshops of the Cumbria Clock Company in Dacre near Penrith, Cumbria.Â Beforeleaving Cradley representatives from both St Peters Cradley and St LukesCradley Heath
A 10,000 National Churches Trust Cornerstone Grant will help fund the installation of a toilet and refreshment area at the Grade I listed St Faith's church, Overbury, helping the building to better serve its local community.