Churches Count on Nature 2023 is coming up from the 3rd to 11th June. Churches Count on Nature is part of Love Your Burial Ground Week, focusing on the brilliant wildlife to be found in churchyards and chapel yards.
News and stories
We talk to Helen Groocock about what the Diocese of Coventry is doing to help reach the Church of England's net zero target.
Let your curiosity guide you on the 22nd April, as Coventry Cathedral bring you Spring Festival!
Our diocesan secretary, Jacqueline Ladds, gives an update.
Gary Stocker lives in Radford Semele and attends All Saints Church in Leamington. He and his family have been environmentally aware for as far back as he can remember, although it has only been in more recent years that he has been able to put this into practise more. In this article, Gary writes about what he does to support the environment.
Last month scientists delivered a final warning on the climate crisis. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) published its last report on 20th March after hundreds of scientists completed their eight year study. The message of the 85 page report boils down to one simple message: we must act now In order to prevent disaster.
A sermon preached by Christopher Cocksworth, Bishop of Coventry, at the Festal Eucharist in Coventry Cathedral Easter Day 2023
Bishop John has written a reflection for local charity, Friends of the Holy Land.
An Easter message from the Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth.
The Bishop of Coventry has appointed the Revd Anita Morgan to succeed the Revd Canon Jill Tucker as Dean of Self-Supporting Ministry.