The Revd Andy March, Vicar of Allesley Park and Whoberley, writes about the launch of his book, Loving the Enemy – building bridges in a time of war, in Dresden.
News and stories
The Diocese of Coventry is committed to the Church of England’s target to be Net Zero by 2030.
As we continue our theme of loving one another and celebrating difference, we look at the importance of welcoming people into our churches and communities from different cultures. One church that has had great success in doing this is St Peter’s, Hillfields.
Last year, the Race Equality Advisory Group (REAG) responded to the Prophet Isaiah’s vision by launching a diocesan-wide art competition.
Introducing our new Property Manager Nigel Campbell
Our current Property Manager, Peter Fowles, is leaving the Diocese at the beginning of March after serving in this role for 2 and a half years.
The Revd Andy March, Vicar of Allesley Park and Whoberley, writes about how his grandparents defied the hatred and enmity of warring nations to build an enduring bridge of love.
Coventry is famous worldwide for being the city of peace and reconciliation. This month as we look at the importance of loving one another despite difference, we return to the story of the Cross of Nails.
The Bishop of Coventry has invited the Reverend Gail Phillip to join Barry Dugmore on a part-time placement as an Associate Archdeacon.
Emma Crick de Boom introduces herself and what she does in her role.