Stories and features
Volunteers in Hampshire join together to ensure no one in the area goes without essentials through the coronavirus lockdown.
Exeter Cathedral needle workers have swapped vestments for NHS scrubs in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Ascension Church in Newham, East London, started a food bank within days of the lockdown which now serves around 100 people a week, and is growing
A vicar has spearheaded a rapid response to the coronavirus crisis, leading a major community effort to support those isolated or housebound because of Covid-19.
Micah Liverpool, the social justice charity based at Liverpool Cathedral, has seen demand at its food banks rise by around 40% since lockdown
A parish church office in North Staffordshire has become a hub of community coordination after launching a helpline for those who can’t leave home.
A food bank founded by a church has seen demand surge by 500 per cent during lockdown as elderly and vulnerable people unable to get to shops because of shielding and self-isolating receive help.
A team of church volunteers from Hereford is helping elderly and social isolated people discharged from hospital to settle back at home during coronavirus.
The Rev Mia Hilborn, Senior Brigade Chaplain at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, writes about her experience of the Coronavirus pandemic.
How is the Church of England adapting plans for Holy Week and into Easter to meet the challenges of coronavirus?
We have become ‘a different sort of church’ in ways we couldn’t have imagined several weeks ago. While worship in our churches is suspended, our joy in the resurrection is not to be silenced.