Over 500 people were welcomed into community base at a Stoke-on-Trent church on its first day as a vaccination centre.
Listening to survivors of abuse is key to independent safeguarding review.
Matthew Parker will be licensed as Episcopal Vicar for the Stafford Area on 28 January.
12th January 2021
Building on the benefits of Places of Welcome in a period of social distancing and lockdowns, a pattern for combatting isolation led by our TCT team.
Lichfield Cathedral is to serve the community as a Covid vaccination centre.
This Sunday,Â the First Sunday of Epiphany,Â is Plough Sunday where many pray for blessing on human labour near the start of the calendar year
Celebration and lamentation in the dementia-friends community before Christmas
Seeing the world and life through a very different lens
A Stoke-on-Trent church will install new community facilities thanks to a National Churches Trust grant.
The Bishop of Lichfield finds light and joy in singing close to home.
Churchyards in the Staffordshire Moorlands were lit up to remember the lost.
In the first of an occasional series, John Bentley shares his experience of sudden partial sight loss and how it's affected his perception of the church
Bishop Michael Ipgrave, the Bishop of Lichfield, affirmed that he is â€œproud to be part of Diocese that takes Dementia-Friendly Church seriouslyâ€, when he spoke at our Dementia-Friendly Churches Zoom Training Day in October 2020.
Adam Edwards will lead Transforming Communities Work Together's work to tackle poverty and its causes across the region.
Bishop Michaelâ€™s Pastoral Letter for December 2020
30th November 2020
Richard Reddie encourages churches to rise to the challenge at this year's Selwyn Lecture.
Five new prebendaries from across the diocese will be collated online next week.
Landmark resources to help the church listen and learn together.
Green-minded young people have been tending war graves in their local churchyard.
The Bishop of Lichfield says hope is more important than ever as we prepare to enter a second national lockdown.
Over 80 children were involved in a Messy Church alternative halloween event in North Staffordshire.
Interim arrangements for the Archdeaconry of Stoke-upon-Trent are announced
Bishop Clive peaks in his Pastoral Letter for November 2020?
Bishop-designate Matthewâ€™s improvises in his Pastoral Letter for October 2020
A lot of people are thinking about doing outdoor worship not just in response to Covid-19. For many there is also an increasing desire to connect with God in nature, both as an expression of their spirituality but also with an environmental focus.
12th October 2020
Shrewsbury Abbey and St Mary's in Stafford are awarded part of the Â£1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund.
Developing our Dementia-Friendly Churches Network