Curate in Redditch, Mother Victoria Barlow & Lay Reader Fiona Carter have recently opened a ‘coffee stop’ at the church to reach out to local school parents with help from a Kingdom People Fund grant.
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In this article for March edition of parish magazines, Nikki Groarke,Â Archdeacon and Diocesan Lead for Transformation and Change talks about the change journey and support for parishes as they become healthier and more sustainable.
On Sunday afternoon, Bishop Martin visited St Peterâ€™s Church in Bengeworth to commission the people for a new chapter as they officially launched the renewal project at the church.
Community Link on Cradley Heath High Street has been visited by BBC Midlands Today after settingÂ up a uniform swap service for the local community.
Find out more about Worcester Deanery and its leadership team.
A reflection from Foluso Enwerem, Assistant Curate at Top Church Dudley for the sixth week of Lent.
Watch a reflection for the fifth week of Lent from Phil Wade, Worship Director at All Saints, Worcester
Watch a reflection for the fourth week of Lent from Clare Stockford, Churchwarden of St Cassian's Chaddesley Corbett.
Watch a reflection for the third week of Lent from Andy Green.
Watch a reflection for the first week of Lent from Bishop Martin.
In the final week of Advent, our growing as Kingdom People prayer focus is around transforming communities.
An Easter message from the Bishop of Worcester.
How All Saints in Worcester has been connecting with others while churches are closed.
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.
Over 150 people had breakfast at St John in Bedwardine on 7 March.
Vicar of Powick, Gary Crellin, reflects on last week's flooding in his parish.
Rector of Kempsey, Mark Badger has had the idea of KingdomCuppa - offering a free cup of coffee (or tea) to those gathered in the school playgrounds at Kempsey and Norton Schools. Here he explains why!Â "Coffee has become something of a hospitali
Will your parish be coming along to the All Together as Kingdom People day?
Brickworks is a small church plant based at the Stambermillend of the parish of Christ Church in Lye, just outside of Stourbridge. It isled by the Revd Tom Fish and his wife, Helen, and over the past few years hasbeen engaging the community and evolv