Diocese related articles
St Bride's was approached by Trafford Housing Trust about buying their land to provide a new community centre and housing. St Bride's got a new, more appropriate building, and it gave the community badly needed facilities.
NEWS / The Diocese of Salisbury becomes the Church of England's first Eco Diocese
Children and young peoples’ mental health has been supported by a ground-breaking, large-scale project from the Diocese of Manchester.
Churches are running summer staycations and holiday-at-home experiences for people of all ages unable to holiday due to the coronavirus pandemic.
An initiative bringing hope to thousands of people in a former Staffordshire coal-mining town will continue beyond lockdown as a model for supporting the community.
As lockdown continues to ease, churches across the country continue to innovate to keep their congregations as safe as possible.
The vice-chair of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Housing Commission, the Right Revd Dr Graham Tomlin, Bishop of Kensington, has joined other London bishops in writing an open letter on rough sleeping to the Housing Secretary.
People are exploring faith during lockdown through Facebook comments and the Church of England’s national services streamed online.
A church on the Isle of Wight has taken on climate change as a community after monthly services focussed on the environment – and found its congregation growing in the process.
Churches continue to test drive new ideas for socially distanced services during the pandemic.