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April Gold appointed Chair of the Board of TFC

Together for Change (TFC) are thrilled to announce that April Gold has been appointed as the new Chair of the Board.


Talking Jesus 2022: Unpacking the Data

What do people in the UK think of Jesus, Christians and evangelism? Come and find out with us on the 27th September.


Schools take part in Young Leaders Award

The Diocese of Coventry has provided funding for primary schools in Nuneaton Deanery to access the Archbishop of York Youth Trust's Young Leader Award.


Lambeth Conference

Convened by The Archbishop of Canterbury in 2022, the Lambeth Conference is a gathering of bishops from across the Anglican Communion for prayer and reflection, fellowship and dialogue on church and world affairs.


LLF Prayer and Thanksgiving service

A prayer and thanksgiving service for Living in Love and Faith will take place on the 24th September at St Andrew’s Church, Rugby.


Supporting Ukraine

As the war in Ukraine continues to devastate the country, people across Warwickshire and Coventry have been quick to offer support and assistance to Ukrainians. There are many ways to help, here we list a few.


New Rural Life Officer and Assistant

Bishop John is pleased to announce that, following the retirement of the Reverend Canon Barbara Clutton, the Reverend Martin Davies has been appointed as Rural Life Officer and the Reverend Dan Corlett as Assistant Rural Life Officer.


English lessons for Ukrainians at St Chad's Church

St Chad's, Bishops Tachbrook has partnered with a group from Warwickshire County Council Adult Learning Centre to open its doors to host a free foundational language scheme for 15 newly arrived guests from Ukraine.


Ordinations at Coventry Cathedral

Eleven new priests and twelve new deacons are to be ordained this weekend. The priests will be ordained by the Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, at 10.30am on Sunday 3rd July. The deacons will be ordained by the Bishop of Warwick, the Right Reverend John Stroyan, at 4pm on Sunday 3rd July.


St Edith's, Monks Kirby gets £59,229 grant

St Edith’s Church in Monks Kirby has good reason to celebrate, as it has received a £59,229 grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.


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