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The Church of England has published social media advice aimed at tackling offensive behaviour and misleading content and encouraging a positive atmosphere for online conversations.
Pilgrim was developed by bishops and teachers of the Church of England to support every local church in learning and teaching the faith year by year as a normal part of parish life.
A year after its launch, The Church of England’s award-winning Alexa skill has been asked more than 75,000 questions, new data has revealed.
The Church of England has launched a new programme to make prayer a household habit once again.
From putting the load in a washing machine to entering data and answering emails – the Church of England has launched a new series of reflections and prayers highlighting the value of every day work.
We're still in December, so it seems a bit much to be talking about the New Year – with or without resolutions. However, we want to point out a new resource coming in January to help all of us resolve to find and follow God in everyday life.
#FollowTheStar was the Church of England’s and Archbishops’ Advent and Christmas campaign. It was fantastic to see so many churches use the resources to encourage attendance and share the good news of Jesus Christ at this important moment in the year.
With many Christians marking start of Lent in different ways this year, Church of England offers liturgy for household service, reflections and Instagram ash filter
FEATURE / We’re delighted that LentPilgim and EasterPilgrim had an overall reach of 6.9 million through the national Church’s social media accounts, the app, email and Alexa.
Find out news about Everyday Faith and #LiveLent: Care for God's creation, two new campaigns to get involved with, in 2020.