Tracy Cullen tells us of her incredible journey from a user to helper at The Sanctuary. A community cafe project that offers mental health support along with a great welcome.
There have been a number of clergy moves and ministry appointments and we list them here.
<span style="font-size: 10pt; line-height: 115%; font-family: Verdana, sans-serif;">Sr Winifred Morley, Cenacle Sister, has joined the Liverpool Diocese Spiritual Direction team. </span>
This week there has been a national spotlight on mental health issues as the Church of England reported that priests are increasingly dealing with mental health crises among their parishioners. We visited 'The Sanctuary' in Widnes to see how it helps the community
Our Diocesan church schools have previously celebrated great success at the prestigious Educate Awards as the hard work and achievement of our excellent schools were recognised.
The next Dean of Liverpool will be Revd Canon Dr Sue Jones. Sue comes to Liverpool Cathedral from the Diocese of Derby where she currently serves as Director of Mission and Ministry.
We spoke to Dan Rogers, Director for Multiplying Congregations at the Joshua Centre for his thoughts on the development of the Joshua Centre project over the last 12 months and their aims for the future.
<div> For Ash Wednesday on February 14th we are encouraging churches to take part in Ashes to Go. We spoke to Father Daniel Howard, Vicar at St Margaret's Orford about his experiences in Anfield and for some hints on how you can get involved in your context.</div>
Before Christmas the House of Bishops produced an updated Safeguarding Policy Statement for use by churches. Our Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, Catriona Richardson, explains why it is important to take note and review parish policies accordingly
Canon Richard White; Director of The Joshua Centre is keen for parishes to embrace an initiative â€“ â€˜natter', first pioneered by John Marsh in Sheffield as a way of developing new communities and congregations.