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Racial Justice Sunday

Sunday 14th February 2021 is Racial Justice Sunday. There is a new page on the website with resources.

Bishop Christopher encourages support for groundbreaking nuclear treaty

The UN Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons has come into force. Bishop Christopher has been active in raising the treaty's profile and in pressing the government to engage with it. </br>

Kelly Betteridge to be Archdeacon of Bodmin

The Diocese of Truro has named the Reverend Kelly Betteridge as the new Archdeacon of Bodmin and Director of Intergenerational Church. </br>

Church supported Syrian refugees bake bread for Coventry Foodbank

Khadija Al Ali, head of kitchen at Proof Bakery, leads a team of refugee women who bake thousands of loaves of bread for Coventry Foodbank.

Leaning into Lent

Lent is different this year. Yet, we want to encourage a sense of being one Diocesan family whilst necessarily being separated through encouraging Sabbath Time and offering resources.

Little to offer

Learning mentor, Jen Stewart, writes about how to give when you feel you have little to offer.

Announcement of new Chancellor of Coventry

The Bishop of Coventry has appointed Glyn Samuel as the new Chancellor of Coventry. </br>

'Reconciliation Enabler' post announced

The Diocese of Coventry is pleased to announce the appointment of Emma Crick de Boom to the post of Reconciliation Enabler. </br>

It's a Wonderful Life

Learning Mentor, Gareth Fitzpatrick, writes about how his favourite Christmas film relates to the third lockdown.

New Icon of Thomas Beckett Painted by Local Vicar

Last year the Revd Susan Mobberley, Associate Minister at the Ferncumbe Group of Paishes, painted an icon of Thomas Beckett. In mid December she lent her icon to Southwark Cathedral for a special service to mark the 850th anniversary of Beckett preaching his last service there.

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