In this week's video reflection, Doug Chaplin (Discipleship and Lay Training Officer) talks about secrets, and how some secrets are definitely worth sharing!
Mark Badger reflects on a recent holiday to Nova Scotia and how it's helped him prepare for his new role as Archdeacon of Worcester. Mark will be licensed as our new Archdeacon by Bishop John during Evensong in Worcester Cathedral at 5.30pm on Saturday 2 December. All are welcome!
Do you have a favourite saint? In this video for #AllSaintsDay, the Archdeacon of Dudley tells us about hers.
In this season of remembrance, we look back and remember those who were important in our lives, the gifts and joy they brought us. In this week's video, Chris Boden (Stewardship & Resources Officer) reflects on St Francis and his call to prepare for death practically.
In this week's video, Rob Jones reflects upon his ministry upcoming retirement as Archdeacon of Worcester.
"Many people have asked me what I shall do with my retirement. Some people have told me I must keep busy. Some people have told me I must have projects. But I hope that before I get too busy, retirement will give me the chance to explore a little more of those words in Psalm 46." This week's video reflection comes from recently retired Peter Atkinson, Dean Emeritus of Worcester.
In our season of praying for growth, Paul Lawlor (Area Dean of Redditch and Bromsgrove and Vicar of St Stephen's Redditch) asks what sort of growth do you long for in your churches?
In this video Tim Reid, Diocesan Director of Education, celebrates all our school achievements at the end of term and encourages staff to find the time for recuperation over the summer.
"Human dignity is the call of every Christian." Stephen Edwards, Vice-Dean of Worcester Cathedral offers a reflection on St Swithun and how, as Christians, we should honour the living as well as the dead.
This week our Stewardship & Resources Officer, Chris Boden, reflects on how we can be a welcoming church this summer. He reminds us that all fundraising events and activities are also missional opportunities.