This time of lockdown has the feeling of a Narnian season: it is always spring, but never Easter.
A remarkable display of ecumenical unity gives a germ of hope grounded in reality
March begins with two significant Saints' Days, people renowned for humility and kindness
During the vacancy for bishop of Stafford, archdeacons write some of the monthly bishops' pastoral letters
Bishop Sarahâ€™s Pastoral Letter for January 2020
Safe places for everyone to connect and belong
Stillness and the Patron Saint of Preparation?
Bishop Geoff's final Pastoral Letter - November 2019
Not just once upon a time...
Three words to put our house in order from the Bishop of Lichfield.
Are we fit for purpose?
The new Bishop of Shrewsbury, Sarah Bullock looks forward
Diocesan commits to action on climate change
Andrew Brazier tells us why he walked to London with a cross made out of knives.
What do you expect when you pray?
How a new phone app is highlighting slavery in our communities.
Elections and Celebration
True celebrities and icons of our time
In conversation with an eminent speaker
As we enter the new year, Bishop Clive is alert to a clash of theological truth and cultural hangover.
Does Christian clamouring reflect fear more than faith?
As Bishop of Stafford does his Christmas shopping, his thoughts turn to worms and scones.
Nita Edwards reflects on her partnership with the South African church.
As the nation's attention turns to commemorating the centenary of the Armistice, the Archdeacon of Salop is conscripted to replace the vacant Bishop of Shrewsbury.
Eastern meets Western faith
Does remembrance point us to a path of peace?
Team spirit and episcopal ambition
No wonder Jesus urged us to be like 'little children'!
Dr Lindsey Hall explores what true freedom means.
Farewell Pastoral letter from Bishop Mark