A Shropshire curate and her husband are celebrating after winning on the BBC gameshow Pointless.
Pupils from two diocesan secondary schools helped the Archbishop of Canterbury launch a youth version of the Difference course last week.
Telford Minster's worship leader, Harry Thomas Warrell has released a single. 'All Eyes On King Jesus' is the first track from Harry's latest project 'Stumbling Days'.
Rushall Parish Church is celebrating after being awarded the Gold standard in the Eco Awards, the highest award in the ARocha scheme and the first in the diocese.
To mark the beginning of Advent and a new year in the Church calendar, Hanley parish, Stoke-on-Trent, hosted a very special, collaborative reading of Mark’s Gospel.
The parish of St Andrews Church Aston welcomed Bishop Rose Hudson-Wilkin and Chine McDonald as special guests at their online book club.
Christ Church Burntwood has been engaged with become a more dementia-friendly church at the heart of a dementia-friendly community for some while now.
A fire station and a parish church in Lichfield have combined to create a warm space for local people as winter approaches.
A Stafford church's flower festival highlights creation care call.
A Staffordshire church has beaten a new path for local people to enjoy.
Staffordshire parishioners celebrated teamwork work at a churchyard clean-up day.
Churches throughout the Diocese found new and creative ways to mark Remembrance Sunday.
Pelsall Ladies Choir helps keep a roof over local worshipers' heads.
Former interfaith advisor retires from parish ministry.
Generous donations have helped St Giles' Church, Croxden, start work on a much-needed car park.
The work of local community groups was celebrated at a special service in Acton Trussell.
Churchyards in parishes across Lichfield Diocese have been recognised for the vital role they play in supporting the environment to flourish.
Image of Revd Ian Poole, vicar standing outside St Mary's church, Bushbury
A lovely, atmospheric interior. one of Burton's treasures. J M Teale of Doncaster and Lord Grimthorpe were the architects, and Bodley beautified it. Glass by Burlison and Grylls completes the picture.