Bishop Christopher calls on all people of prayer across Coventry and Warwickshire to join the wave of prayer that is rising in the world.
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Living in Love and Faith is a five-part course is designed to help people learn and reflect together about questions of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage.
Past Cases Review 2 (PCR2) was commissioned by the House of Bishops to see how safeguarding cases have been dealt with, therefore helping churches and church-related activities to be safer for everyone. An independent review of cases in the Diocese of Coventry was completed in December 2021.
WaterAid is inviting churches to join its annual Jars of Change Lent Appeal.
This year's Accession Day - on 6 February 2022 - will mark 70 years since The Queen acceeded to the throne on the death of her father King George VI. Her Majesty has gone on to reign longer than any other British Monarch in history, and to become a beloved figure around the world.
Bishop Christopher has recorded a new video, outlining the vision for next five years in the Diocese of Coventry.
Living Generously is our theme for Lent this year. We are exploring how we can respond to Christ's generous act of love on the cross by living generous lives ourselves.
Racial Justice Sunday (RJS) is a call for all Christians to engage in the righteous struggle for racial justice because racial justice is everyone's business.
Bishop Christopher announced in November that Ruth Marlow is retiring as Diocesan Secretary at the end of January. The recruitment process for a new Diocesan Secretary has already begun, and the post will soon be advertised. Cover arrangements have also been put in place for the duration of the vacancy.
In 2022, Fairtrade Fortnight runs from Monday 21 February until Sunday 6 March.