How we are focusing on developing spiritual direction and planting worship commu

First published on: 22nd March 2018

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.

Contactless Card Readers

First published on: 22nd March 2018

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.

Our Bigger Church -physically and spiritually - has helped us to make a Bigger D

First published on: 22nd March 2018

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 revisited during Week of Prayer for Dementia

First published on: 22nd March 2018

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.

Clergy Moves and other Ministry Appointments

First published on: 19th March 2018

We have had a number of clergy moves and ministry appointments and we list them here.

Meet Rev Dr Anne, GP and Community Priest

First published on: 14th March 2018

Rev Dr Anne Kazich was licenced as Community Priest in the parish of St. Paul's, Skelmersdale by Archdeacon Jennifer McKenzie on 4th March. Anne will be combining ordained ministry with her work as a GP.

Diocese joins in with Moving Mountains

First published on: 6th March 2018

This weekend teams of Bishops and others from across the northern province are descending on the Diocese of Carlisle for their Moving Mountains event

Bishop of Warrington's Easter Message

First published on: 1st March 2018

Retirement is a strange thing to think about. You find yourself conflicted. On the one hand a chapter of your life and, in my case, ministry is closing.

Be part of growing a movement for real environmental change

First published on: 23rd February 2018

We spoke to Phil Leigh Diocesan Environmental Officer about what he hopes this spring's Environmental Summit will achieve.

Tackling Modern-Day Slavery and how you can help

First published on: 22nd February 2018

This Lent the Clewer Initiative is asking you to do something different - they want you to give up slavery. Together with the Clewer and the Gangmasters and Abuse Authority, on  29th April, we are organising a train-the-trainer event for people in churches across our Diocese who work with people who may be in vulnerable situations. 

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