The diocesan Mission and Ministry Team helps to equip and enable people to follow God’s call in their lives and better serve their communities. The team offers learning and training opportunities for people throughout the Diocese, wherever they are in their discipleship journey.
- Advent and Christmas
- Buildings and Churchyards
- Charity and Fundraising
- Children and Youth
- Church Planting and Renewals
- Clergy and Lay announcements
- Communications and Technology
- Diocesan Matters
- Education and Schools
- Environment and Climate Action
- Finance and Administration
- Growing as Kingdom People
- Health and Wellbeing
- In your parish
- Lent and Easter
- Ministry and Leadership
- Mission and Outreach
- Parish Magazine
- Prayer and spirituality
- Resourcing Churches
In January a New Worshipping Community Learning Pathway pilot will be starting. It’s not too late to sign-up if you are interested in joining a supportive community with other church teams developing New Worshipping Communities.
At the end of October, 19 members of the churches in Kidderminster East came together at St George’s Church, Kidderminster to follow an ‘Exploring Christian Healing’ course.
Mel Beynon, Curate in the Halas Team, spent an afternoon exploring the free resources available from the Church of England and found them to be really helpful.
The fourth ‘Fit for Function’ Church Buildings Conference took place earlier this month with over 40 people attending from parishes across the Midlands (and even as far away from The Wirral)!
The Bishop’s Certificate course, exploring the bible and theology, will start again this autumn in both Dudley and Worcester areas of the diocese.
People from across the Diocese have received a certificate from Bishop John, marking the completion of a course designed to help them relate their Christian faith to their own life and locality.
This autumn we’re introducing a new monthly programme of events under the umbrella title “Lunchtime Learning”. It’s intended to share som of the wealth of resources we have within the Diocese.
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.
Doug Chaplin has developed a new course to help make connections between what we pray in church on Sunday and how we live out our faith in our daily life.
Church leaders have an opportunity to be trained to help those who are struggling with their finances.