Bishop Sarah's thoughts for June's Chad Blog
The parliament and councils of the Church of England are up for election this year - Julie Jones explains:
The Bishop of Lichfield says the Church needs to respond courageously to the report of the Archbishops' Anti-Racism Task Force.
A Â£5,000 National Churches Trust Grant will help St Michaelâ€™s Church in Llanyblodwel pay for the modern toilets allowing to better serve the local community.
Matthew Parker is consecrated as the 12th Bishop of Stafford
16th April 2021
The bishops of our diocese express sorrow at the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.
Six people from across the diocese were recogised with 'Maundy money' from the Queen.
The Bishop of Lichfield looks back on a candle mishap and forward in hope.
At a recent dementia-friendly churches local network meeting, we shared personal experiences of dementia. What had been the impact for us? What had motivated us to continue to take action on dementia now?
As we emerge blinking into the light of a post-Covid world, we need to be kind and generous to one another as we adjust to an uncertain future.
Mary Thomas is the Bishop of Lichfield's new Adviser for Women in Ministry.
Dennis Ede's funeral took place yesterday.
Warm Welcome dementia is a group run by the churches in Newport for anyone living with dementia and memory problems. The group has been awarded a High Sheriff of Shropshire Award, given to groups or individuals who have contributed to their local community.
3rd March 2021
The diocese has partnered with Christian Aid to help people pass on the blessing of Covid jabs.
Pilgrimage is at its deepest a form of devotion. This holds true whether we are able to go on the traditional long walks together to do it, or not. â€˜Pilgrimage of the mindâ€™ is an equally ancient practice.
Zoe Corney finds some have welcomed the changes to church life brought about by the pandemic.
Dementia-friendly Churches Enabler, Sarah Thorpe brings news from the eastern tip of the diocese
The Bishop of Lichfield and other senior church leaders are targeting Covid vaccination misinformation
The Diocese is sad to announce the death on the of the former Archdeacon of Stoke Dennis Ede on January 23rdÂ 2021 aged 89 years.
Find out why a couple from Barlaston Church became foster carers - and how you can get involved.
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