New Associate Minister for St Peter's Hereford

Published on: 17th September 2020

Appointment to the College of Canons

Published on: 8th September 2020

Reflections on Generosity and Giving

Published on: 21st August 2020

I'm writing this reflection having just finished a Zoom meeting hosted by Bishop Richard on the theme of making generosity and giving part of our culture in our Diocese. Twenty two clergy and accredited ministers shared their experiences, joys and difficulties in relation to generosity and giving in their own parishes.

Hereford Times Article - 06/08/2020

Published on: 21st August 2020

My son works for a large company in London. Last week he told me his boss gets 800 emails a day. As the summer holiday season gets into full swing, I bet he needs one! There is no doubt that emails are quite convenient, but they do create a culture of expectation. If we send one we expect it to be answered.

New Registrar announced

Published on: 31st July 2020

Jeremy Wilding, Partner Gabbs Solicitors based in Hereford takes up his appointment as Registrar for Hereford Diocese.

A decision on the replacement for the Bishop of Ludlow

Published on: 23rd July 2020

Following the retirement of The Rt Revd Alistair Magowan, Bishop of Ludlow earlier this spring, we have undertaken a consultation across the Diocese and been in conversation with the National Dioceses Commission about his replacement.

Hereford Times Article - 23/07/2020

Published on: 23rd July 2020

When people are surveyed about their driving, the majority of those surveyed claim their driving is above average. That can't be right of course, it should be a more even distribution, and I'm not sure that were the best people to judge how good our driving is.

Statement from Bishop Richard following the outbreak of coronavirus on local Herefordshire Farm

Published on: 14th July 2020

The Rt Revd Richard Jackson has spoken of his concerns for those affected by the local outbreak of Coronavirus on a Herefordshire Farm.

Black lives do matter - Stories of Hope

Published on: 7th July 2020

I am sure those reading this will clearly remember the first time they saw and entered the firms main building. It is an intimidating place that first time. I remember navigating the cobbled carpark to get to the stairs, to be met by the splendour of the interior and large paintings of random men from history.

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