The Church of England this week have launched a national campaign focusing on vocations.
We spoke to Phil Leigh Diocesan Environmental Officer about what he hopes this spring's Environmental Summit will achieve.
There have been a number of clergy moves and ministry appointments we list them here.
If you are a vicar, curate, youth or children's leader, churchwarden, or an LML or Reader - when did you last talk to someone about how God might be calling them? Not too recently, then Vocation Sunday on 22nd April is a great chance to get vocations into the conversation.
Following a full and engaging debate at Diocesan Synod in March, members overwhelmingly endorsed new Parish Share Option 2 proposals.
Following on from our article about Keystone that helps carers and cared for with Dementia, we spoke to two of the carers that use the service about their experiences.
Dawn Harrison spoke to us about what her role as Schools Development Minister involves and how it fits in with her work as Bishops Officer for Spiritual Direction.
Following a national trial of contactless card readers, the Parish Buying service now has contracts with two companies: SumUp and iZettle. Church of England parishes are able to buy card readers at a discount through the Parish Buying website and use them with specially negotiated low transaction rates.
Standing proudly at the top of Rose Lane in South Liverpool is Mossley Hill Church's Hilltop Centre. Since 2011 the Church has been on a transformational journey, reordering inside the church building and renovating the church rooms
Keystone operates in Crosby and Thornton helping carers and cared for with Dementia or any memory problem. Their aim is to support carers and to provide a safe place for them to express their emotions honestly. They meet three times a month in different locations.