Rt Revd Dr John Inge
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Bishop John’s Lent Appeal this year will be for the Friends of the Holy Land.
The diocese is led by the Bishop of Worcester, supported by the suffragan Bishop of Dudley.
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Martin will be consecrated as Bishop of Dudley on Tuesday 28 January at Southwark Cathedral.
This weekend, Bishop John and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Birmingham, Bernard Longley are leading an ecumenical pilgrimage to Canterbury with a group from the two dioceses.
Bishop Graham has welcomed a new globaljustice scheme launched this January by Christian Aid in partnership with theChurch of England which aims to empower a new generation of children to speakout against poverty and injustice.The scheme, GlobalNeigh
Bishop John has written an open letter to the Diocese, setting out why he believes that the celebration and honouring of monogamous, faithful same-sex relationships by the Church would be consonant with the scriptural witness.
An article for September editions of parish magazines from Bishop Martin.
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The Bishop of Worcester, John Inge, reflects on how different this Palm Sunday is, when even the city of Jerusalem is closed, and the only gates we can open are those of our hearts.
As today would have been the Chrism Eucharist in the Cathedral, Bishop John and Bishop Martin have prepared this video. "It's a great sadness to Bishop Martin and to me that we're not able to be together with you in the cathedral, as we normally would be on this Monday of Holy Week for the Chrism Eucharist."
On the Tuesday of Holy Week, Bishop Martin reflects on the value of taking some time to be at the foot of the cross â€“ to be with Mary Magdalene, Mary, Jesus' own mother, John, the beloved disciple, and, of course, above all, to be there with Jesus, the crucified.
The Bishop of Dudley, recalling his own experience of bereavement, reflects on the dark days of Jesus' last week before his crucifixion, and particularly on the character of Judas.
This Maundy Thursday, everything is different because of the pandemic. However, across the country the unchanging value of serving our fellow humans is being rediscovered. In response to the COVID-19 crisis, we see so many people stepping up and selflessly serving others. It is the model Jesus gives at his Last Supper, the model the Queen has embodied for so many years, and it is the model we see all around us as so many people, in work â€“ especially in the NHS â€“ and as volunteers, selflessly serve those who are in need.
Bishop John reflects on Good Friday outside Worcester Cathedral, a building which has seen hundreds of Good Fridays, but none quite like this one.
Bishop Martin reflects on Holy Saturday, a solemn day when we can stop and be present with Jesus and wait by the tomb.
A special digital Easter Sunday Eucharist with Bishop John and others.
Bishop John reflects on the strangeness of keeping Holy Week and Easter with locked churches, and yet still finding the light of faith in the darkness
In "Low Week" Bishop John reflects on being forced by the lockdown to slow down and look around