During March 2022, the Knife Angel visits Worcester city centre. This imposing structure stands at 8 metres tall and is constructed from over 100,000 knives and blades confiscated by UK police forces.
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A new resource from our Calling Young Disciples Team will help children to explore their faith through reference to popular cartoons.
The 2nd Calling Young Disciples learning hub have met together for the final time & were commissioned by Archdeacon Nikki to continue their journey reaching out to children, young people and families.
With just over a year to go for the Calling Young Disciples Project, the team continues to work with parishes throughout the Diocese to help them to bring more children, young people and their families to faith.
A blog from CYD Mission Enabler, Amy Stokes on the the point of community events and the importance of understanding the long journey to discipleship.
Kiddminster West Team Vicar, Laura Betson, shares the story of this year's children and families activity week:Â
The CYD team will be changing in September as Project Director, Ruth Walker, steps down & two new Mission Enablers start, replacing Adam Legge who left in July & as maternity leave cover for Amy Stokes.
The rain held off, and the sun even shone, for the first event held by a new Calling Young Disciples inspired partnership between St Mark, Pensnett and St John, Brockmoor, supported by other churches in the Brierley Hill Team.
St Wulstanâ€™s Church in Warndon, Worcester has been piloting a â€˜Mainly Musicâ€™ session over the last half term and is working hard to ensure that it is linked into their Sunday morning service.
Every term, a group comes together on Zoom to pray for the schools across our diocese. Could you join them?
The first Calling Young Disciples learning hub has come to an end with members being commissioned for their ongoing work with children, young people and families.
A pancake-making liturgy created by the Calling Young Disciples team using Christian Aid resources.
To help parishes connect with their church children, our Calling Young Disciples team has created some interactive resources for children to use each week church during services, or at home.Â
This month's Baptism Books resource for families looks at the story of the Very Hungry Caterpillar and offers lots of suggestions for activities families can do at home along with prayers to use.
Open the Book is a great resource for churches hoping to deepen their relationship with their local First and Primary Schools.
This October, a new project is launching in the Diocese, designed to help churches better connect with families who come to them for baptism and help keep their promise to baptism parents, to welcome baptised children and uphold them in their new lives.
A new project has been trialled in a couple of parishes in the Diocese as a way of helping churches keep their promise to baptism parents to welcome baptised children and uphold them in their new lives in Christ.