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Churches across England and beyond are preparing for a special Day of Prayer tomorrow following the invasion of Ukraine.
The Church of England Diocese in Europe and USPG are launching an emergency appeal to get aid to people in desperate need because of the invasion of Ukraine.
Cathedrals will be floodlit in the colours of the Ukrainian flag, candles will be lit and services, prayer vigils across the country in churches to mark the first anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Three clergy from UK Minority Ethnic/Global Majority Heritage backgrounds have been elected to serve on the House of Bishops as part of action towards making the leadership of the Church of England more representative, it was announced today.
Over the past year, local churches from across the country have rallied to support Ukrainian refugees. Here are some of the stories, shared by dioceses, to mark the anniversary of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine.
Churches across England have been combining prayer for Ukraine with practical help for refugees and others suffering because of the Russian invasion.
Prayers for peace led by an Anglican priest in a bomb shelter in Kyiv will be heard across the BBC’s network of local radio stations this Sunday.
Members of Ukraine's Anglican community are continuing to pray together online as war sees congregants flee across Europe.
The Church of England congregation in Kyiv, capital of Ukraine, asks Anglicans to pray for peace.