Durham related articles

  1. The Bishop of Durham has called for the Government to "commit to redoubling efforts" to achieve vaccine equity. 

  2. COMMENT / The Bishop of Durham, Paul Butler, explains why he and other faith leaders are challenging the two-child limit on financial support for families, which came into effect a year ago .

  3. Church of England cathedrals and churches illuminated with stars.
     

  4. Several children who are regular attendees of Messy Church have come forward for baptism.

  5. Apprentice youth workers, youth ministers, children and families workers and chaplaincy aimed at students in further education are to be funded as part of major awards to dioceses announced by the Church of England.

  6. With dragons, talking carrots, and even a surprise comeback for ET all vying for centre stage in the annual festive advertising bonanza, the Church of England is putting real-life stars at the heart of its campaign to invite more people to church this Christmas.

  7. The Church of England is to fund a bold series of projects to spread the Christian faith – from a new congregation in a nightclub area to a weekday church - as part of a £35 million investment in mission.

  8. A ‘Santiago of the North’ has been launched, encouraging people to walk ancient pilgrimage routes to Durham dating back more than 1,000 years.

  9. A growing number of children are receiving lunches during the school holidays provided by a ‘Places of Welcome’ network supported by churches in South Tyneside, as families feel the impact of the cost of living crisis

  10. A Durham City-Centre Church is celebrating after six members of its congregation were recommended to train as clergy this year.