As the Euro 2020 tournament begins, we caught up with Matt Baker, Sports Chaplaincy UK National Director for England & Pastoral Support Director in English Football.
Hundreds of young Christians are to lead a pilgrimage which spans the length of the country – from the G7 to COP26.
Hundreds of churches have signed up to a week-long ‘nature count’ beginning this weekend which will encourage people to visit churchyards and record what they see.
‘When you experience the power of the sea and storms at night it makes you open to something beyond’ – former captain charts new course training for ministry
Lee Higson recently left his 22-year career at sea to train as an Ordinand with the Diocese of Manchester.
A ‘Santiago of the North’ has been launched, encouraging people to walk ancient pilgrimage routes to Durham dating back more than 1,000 years.
Inclusive, Invitational and Inspirational - Collective worship is the heartbeat of Church of England Schools.
The Church of England's Chief Education Officer, Revd Canon Nigel Genders, discusses the new guidance for collective worship in Church of England schools.
St Mark’s Church, Broomhill hosted a glorious celebration of holy Communion on the evening of Ascension Day, during which ten adults were confirmed.
A parish church has celebrated 100 years of murals, said to be of “national significance,” by having them restored.
Hundreds of worshippers have tuned in to participate in services in a beautiful chapel.
Churches are marking the annual Mental Health Awareness Week amid a year of intense pressure on mental health services.
Stories and features
Read a selection of stories from churches across the country on how they are serving communities at this challenging time.