"At times I did feel a sense of fear but my faith helped me put things into perspective;The example of Jesus' immense courage in the hours before his death on the cross and then his resurrection and love for us really helped and gave me strength."
In conversation with diocesan interfaith advisor, Revd David Gifford, Sam Pratley talks about his recent visit to Yad Vashem, the Holocaust Memorial Centre
Let's sow some seeds - Diocese opens total return very small projects tranformation fund for new misisonal ideasPublished on: 13th June 2022
As part of our ongoing commitment to seeing God's Kingdom grow across our diocese, a new small funding stream has been released by the Diocesan Board of Finance.
Diocese appoints strategic mission lead breathing new life into churches across Herefordshire and South ShropshirePublished on: 8th June 2022
The Diocese of Hereford is pleased to announce that Revd Mark Melluish is to join the team as Diocesan Mission Enabler.Â This is the first time the Diocese of Hereford has appointed a Mission Enabler and marks a significant step forward in embracing missional transformation for the Church of England in this rural Diocese.
The Queen's Platinum Jubilee weekend was a joyous celebration marked by many churches and communities across Hereford Diocese. The historic weekend saw flags flying and church bells ringing throughout the counties.
We will be hosting two events this autumn to celebrate and give thanks for our life together as a diocese.
It's a Monday night in central Hereford over at St Peter's Church in the city centre; the church has opened its doors to welcome those attending their weekly Hosts Gathering. This is a support group coordinated and hosted by the church for people across the city who are hosting or seeking to support recently arrived refugees from Ukraine.
A generous grant from the Brighter Minds, Benefact Trust will help improve the mental health and wellbeing of clergy and staff.
An ancient yew tree in the churchyard of St Bartholomew's Church in Much Marcle, Herefordshire is one of 70 ancient trees which have been dedicated to Her Majesty in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee.
Two people from Hereford Diocese have been nominated by the Bishop of Hereford to receive Royal Maundy Gifts from The Queen in recognition of their exemplary Christian service to church and community over many years