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Clive Hicks, Healthy Churches Development Enabler, writes about his experience of attending the AGM of the Warwickshire Wildlife Trust (WWT) and how there are parallels with healthy church development.
On the 12th July over 450 people from across the diocese and beyond gathered at Holy Trinity Stratford for a service of farewell and thanksgiving for Bishop John.
Our Diocesan Disability Advisor is the Revd Charles Higgins. In this video he talks about his role.
The Revd Esther Peers, Associate Minister at Holy Trinity Leamington, has been appointed as the new Dean of Women’s Ministry, a post she will hold alongside her parish role.
The easy-to-use Energy Footprint Tool will tell your church what your "carbon footprint" is, based on the energy you use to heat and light your buildings.
Jane, a churchwarden at St James, Weethley, writes about how the Ragley air show provided a great mission opportunity.
On the 15th and 16th June 2023, 8000 primary school children and 1000 adults attended ALIVE 2023, a massive praise party organised by the Coventry Diocesan Board of Education (DBE) in partnership with Imagine Ministries and Feed the Hungry.
On Sunday 2nd July, thirteen new priests are to be ordained at Coventry Cathedral by Bishop Christopher. The new priests have already served as deacons for a year. On their ordination as priests they will remain in their present parishes while their on-going training continues.
The King has approved that The Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, Bishop of Coventry, be appointed to the Deanery of The King’s Free Chapel of St George, Windsor Castle, in succession to The Right Reverend David Conner following his retirement.