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An account from Stephen Gerhard Stehli from Magdeburg, Germany who spent last Christmas in Worcester having always wanted to experience an â€œEnglish Christmas".
Jacqueline Humphreys, a Barrister in Bristol, has been appointed as our new Chancellor. The appointment was made by Bishop John following the approval of the Lord Chancellor.
4Front Theatre have lived and worked in Elmley Castle vicarage throughout Advent to produce their Christmas shows!
The Diocese of Worcester's Christmas Carol 2020
Read the Christmas messages from Bishops John and Martin.
In the final week of Advent, our growing as Kingdom People prayer focus is around transforming communities.
Please pray for Bishop John, who had an accident while out cycling yesterday and has broken his leg.
A live nativity scene on a trailer will be taken by tractor around villages in the Worcestershire West Team this Christmas Eve!
Bishop Martin visited the Black Country Foodbank this week and witnessed the generosity of local people throughout the pandemic.
The Revd Margie Schutte sadly died on Wednesday 16 December. Until her retirement in July, Margie had been the Managing Chaplain at HMP Hewell in Redditch where she had served since 2007.
The Revd Alison Maddocks has been appointed as our Dean of Smaller Churches, a new post funded by the national Church.
Marco Longhi MP for Dudley North came to visit Top Church in Dudley today at the invitation of Bishop Martin.
The consultation into the simplification of deaneries has now closed and following feedback, the Pastoral Order has been revised. A new deanery structure will come into effect on 1 February 2020.
The Diocesan Environmental Group's latest edition of small tips to save the planet looks at how to make your mince pie choices as ethical as possible!Â
Churches across the Diocese are finding different ways of engaging with their communities during Advent.
On Saturday 5 December Holy Trinity Church in Malvern held their first ever Christmas Fayre by telephone, raising over Â£1000 for church funds!
An article for January editions of parish magazines from the Dean of Worcester, Peter Atkinson.
During the third week of Advent our growing as Kingdom People prayer focus is around sharing hope.
The second week in our Advent prayer focus on growing as Kingdom People is all about making disciples.