Stories and features
FEATURE / Head of digital, Adrian Harris shares about the first full year of digital evangelism at General Synod in February 2018.
FEATURE / In the Nottinghamshire town of Retford, Anglican and Methodist congregations have shared church services and missionary projects for many years. The churches have even shared a Church of England vicar.
FEATURE / In this Renewal and Reform podcast, we speak to those responsible for supporting Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic people as they follow their calling to ordained ministry.
COMMENT / The Bishop of Worcester, Dr John Inge, explains why he will be supporting new proposals for communion between the Church of England and the Methodist Church in Great Britain.
FEATURE / The Church of England’s digital communications team has trained more than 200 parishes in social media and writing for the web.
FEATURE / A huge thank you to dioceses and local churches across England and the Diocese in Europe for getting involved in #GodWithUs and bringing the Advent and Christmas journey to millions of people. We really appreciate the feedback given in the run up to the campaign and your help in shaping and sharing it.
FEATURE / #LiveLent – Let your light shine is a Lent journey through the Gospel of John, offering a short daily reading, a pause for reflection and prayer and a challenge to act.
FEATURE / This weekend, an army of volunteers will set to work on preparing Christmas Day lunches to be held in or organised by Church of England parishes.
COMMENT / Bishop Sarah Mullally: Let me start with an admission: I am delighted but, yes, slightly terrified to be the next Bishop of London.
FEATURE / As we approach Christmas and New Year, a time of year when many couples get engaged, many will have questions about whether they can marry in a church. The Revd Dr Sandra Millar, the Church of England’s Head of Life Events, explains that it could be easier than you think.