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Church of England's safeguarding report is published

The Church of England has completed a review of more than 75,000 files, some dating back to the 1940s, with the publication today of its national Past Cases Review 2 (PCR2) report.

Racial Justice logo competition

The diocesan Racial Equality Advisory Group (REAG) and Racial Equality Steering Group (RESG) have announced a competition for school children to produce a logo that promotes racial justice and equality for the groups to use.

Offchurch Group celebrates life

On the weekend of the 24th and 25th September, the Offchurch group of churches and their local communities gathered together at Offchurch Village Hall for a celebration of life.

Black History Month 2022

Neil Masih, Intercultural Mission Enabler, and The Revd Canon Dr Rosalyn Murphy, Chair REAG introduce Black History Month

A word from our Diocesan Secretary

Our diocesan secretary, Jacqueline Ladds, gives an update.

How can churches respond to the cost of living crisis?

Many of us will be feeling the effects of the cost of living crisis. In the last few years, costs have been steadily rising, with inflation at a 30-year high and food, fuel and energy prices increasing with wages and benefits not keeping up.

Bishop Christopher pays tribute to the Queen

The Bishop of Coventry has paid tribute to HM The Queen in the House of Lords on behalf of the people of Coventry and Warwickshire.

Climate resilient church

A new national project is identifying churches taking successful action to make their buildings and/or their communities more resilient in the face of increased weather and climate events, and then sharing findings and solutions through diocesan workshops.

St Mary's, Warwick gets funding from National Churches Trust

St Mary's Church in Warwick is to share in a £437,000 urgent funding pay-out from the National Churches Trust. 

Amazing Grace Learning Community

Amazing Grace is a is a learning community committed to understanding; the problem of racism, the experiences of those who experience racism, the privilege of those who do not, and the ways racism undermines the mission and ministry of the church.

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