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Call for "Big Conversation" on clergy care and well being

First published on: 4th October 2018

The Church of England is being invited to take part in a "Big Conversation" on a new deal to coordinate and improve its approach to clergy care and well-being


Our Lay ministers bring a whole range of skills, gifts and leadership experience

First published on: 4th October 2018

We caught up with Tim Griffiths as he takes on a new role as Warden for Lay Ministers. 


"I thank God for all those who have supported me in the Warden's role"

First published on: 27th September 2018

We asked Spen Webster how he felt approaching the end of his time as Warden of Readers.


Bob Lewis appointed as Dwelly-Raven Canon

First published on: 27th September 2018

Canon Bob Lewis has been appointed the Dwelly- Raven Canon. 


If this is church, count me in

First published on: 27th September 2018

Find out what happened as Bishop Paul launched our latest church - Transform North West


Bishop Paul says "Rethink Universal Credit"

First published on: 20th September 2018

And you can join the calls for the government to rethink the rollout by signing the End Hunger Uk petition


"Do nothing and nothing happens, do something and something happens"

First published on: 20th September 2018

Bishop Geoff Pearson gives his ten learning points from Newcastle's Pathways to Mission


Safeguarding your congregation

First published on: 20th September 2018

Catriona Richardson, Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, is calling on all parishes to ensure safeguarding is one of their top priorities. <br />


Could you be the next Anti-Trafficking Project Coordinator for the Diocese of Li

First published on: 19th September 2018

Rev Christel Erving, reflects on her role as Anti-Trafficking Project Coordinator for Liverpool Diocese as leaves for pastures new.<br />


What can we learn from the spread of Christianity in the earliest centuries?

First published on: 13th September 2018

Interested in discovering how Christianity spread in its earliest centuries, despite being an underground minority facing opposition and persecution? 

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