Bishop Martin's New Year message for 2022
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Bishop John's New Year message for 2022.
Professor Michael Clarke CBE DL died on 22 December, after some years of suffering from Parkinsonâ€™s Disease. Michael gave years of service to the Church of England, to the Diocese of Worcester, and to Worcester Cathedral.
Bishop Michael Langrish reflects on the vulnerable Christian communities that remain in the Holy Land and the work of Friends of the Holy Land.
Bishop John and Bishop Martin have both written Christmas messages. Read them here.
St Stephenâ€™s Church in Redditch town centre launched a toy appeal this year which will enable Christmas presents to be given to around 600 children who wouldnâ€™t otherwise have received anything.
The Revive Learning Centre at Top Church, Dudley, operated by the Invictus Education Trust, will offer alternative provision to vulnerable students who find mainstream school difficult.
Last month, St Michaelâ€™s Church in Norton, Stourbridge held a friendship event for their local community under the â€˜As Oneâ€™ initiative launched by Dudley Council.
Thanks to the generosity of our parishioners, churches across the Diocese have now received over a million pounds through the Parish Giving Scheme.
St Nicholasâ€™ Church in Warndon, Worcester has covered its local area with knitted stars this Advent, encouraging the community to take one home for their Christmas trees!
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.
Bishop Martin reflects on his 12 day Pilgrimage of Prayer and Hope around the Diocese, during which he visited 106 churches.
The latest edition in our Called to Action series looks at how to have a more environmentally friendly Christmas.
Member of St Matthias Church in Malvern Link, Philippa Lowe, has written a childrenâ€™s book, telling the Christmas story and featuring the church, local school and the church mice!
To celebrate the feast of Christ the King, confirmations were held at the Cathedral on Sunday with people from across the diocese being confirmed by the Bishop of Dudley, Martin Gorick.Â
Weâ€™d like to celebrate the Nativity story on social media during Advent, send us your videos!
During Interfaith Week, Top Church in Dudley organised for 13 religious leaders from across Dudley Borough to come together at the Town Hall. Representatives from the Muslim, Sikh, Hindu & Christian communities attended. Â
Carrie Blount is the Places of Welcome Co-ordinator for the Black Country and is encouraging more churches to think about joining the Places of Welcome network.