The theme for Black History Month 2022 is Time for Change: Action not Words. It aims to help and encourage all of us to follow up on the talking we’ve done over the last few years and do something that makes a difference.
The Diocese of Liverpool has published a summary of the independent report into past safeguarding cases. The review, known as the Past Cases Review 2, was one entered into by all dioceses of the Church of England as a response to the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse.
Read about Generosity & Stewardship resources for the Winter Term and a solution Wi-fi to wi-fi connectivity problems in church with our latest digital giving update
Our next Directions Course starts on Wednesday 18th January and will be at St Luke’s Church in Crosby.
Work has started in our first Fit for Mission cohorts as we support the local deaneries in this important area for us all. So we will be following their progress over the next months and years seeing what we are learning as together we become fit for mission. This week we hear how people across St Helens and West Derby set off on a journey towards growth!
Anthony Clowes, Leadership Coach for the Joshua Centre speaks to us about his role and how the future looks linking in with Fit for Mission and continuing to focus on the resourcing and multiplying of new congregations across the Diocese.
The Bishop of Warrington and Acting Bishop of Liverpool has issued a strong appeal to end gun and knife crime.
There are a number of LifeCall events happening this Autumn and into the new year. Take a look all in one place on how you can explore your vocation here.
The 9th social justice Micah lecture will be presented by Dr. Steven Horne in order to explore a Traveller Theology.
Address given by the Rt Revd Beverley A Mason, Bishop of Warrington at the Commemorative Service of our Late Sovereign Lady, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II