An article for July editions of parish magazines, from the Archdeacon of Dudley, Nikki Groarke.
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- Pershore and Evesham Deanery
Fourteen candidates will be ordained over the first weekend in July to serve in parishes across the Diocese.
Faith at Work in Worcestershire (FWW) and the Black Country Urban Industrial Mission (BCUIM) are ecumenical projects that encourage and enable workplace Chaplaincy across the Diocese.
The Day of Pentecost, this year on 5 June, marks fifty days since Easter Day and brings the Easter season to an end.
An article for June editions of parish magazines from Bishop Martin.
In latest figures released by the Trussell Trust, food banks in its network provided more than 2.1 million food parcels to people in the past year across UK, alarmingly, more than 800,000 of these were for children.
Rogation Sunday is on 22 May 2022.
Sunday 15 May is National Children's Day. Diocesan Children's Officer, Emma Pettifer encourages churches to use the day to celebrate children and families.
Experience Easter Experience Easter brings together local churches, schools, and communities to share the story of Holy Week and Easter with resources available to help young people engage.
An article on being a faithful disciple at work, or outside the sphere of church activities.
An article for April editions of parish magazines from the Dean of Worcester, Peter Atkinson.
An article for parish magazines on the Bishop's Lent Appeal for 2022.
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.
Church Action on Poverty (CAP) Sunday takes place on the last Sunday before Lent each year. In 2022, it isÂ on Sunday 27 February.Â
For two weeks each year at the end of February and start of March, thousands of individuals, companies and groups across the UK come together to share the stories of the people who grow our food and drinks, mine our gold and who grow the cotton in our clothes; people who are often exploited and underpaid.
In a letter for the February editions of parish magazines, Bishop John looks ahead to Lent and his Lent Appeal.
The Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is traditionally held between 18-25 January.
Plough Sunday is on 9 January in 2022.
A letter for the January editions of parish magazines from Bishop Martin.
This Christmas, many parishes will raise money for the Children's Society through their Christingle services. Earlier this year, the charity published it's annual Good Childhood Report.Â