I write to you as brothers and sisters in Christ, bound by our shared faith on the proposals and statements issued today following the Bishops’ discernment that followed the Living in Love and Faith consultation.
Nearly 300 children and parents attended the ‘St Dubricius stable’ and witnessed a full ensemble of nativity characters.
The Hub community development project located in St Peter’s Church in Peterchurch, Hereford has joined forces with the Chatty Cafe Scheme, bringing a weekly event to this rural area that helps anyone who wants a good old fashioned chat and a hot lunch.
The annual Christmas carol sing-a-long in High Town, Hereford took place last Wednesday evening. The celebration this year included a group of Keralan Christians who have moved to the city and shared traditional Malayalam songs.
A newly-formed children's choir at St Thomas Cantilupe Church of England School in Hereford has enjoyed another milestone celebration this Christmas with Choir Church. They were supported by the ministry team at West Hereford and have spent the past term exploring themes of light and dark as well as learning traditional choral music.
This year’s Church of England Christmas film follows one person through life’s journey – with a powerful invitation to everyone to come together to celebrate the birth of Jesus.
The Bishop of Hereford Bluecoat School Trust came about when the new BHBS school site was built back in the late 80's. The trust combines several charities linked to selling the old school's land and buildings across the city.
A few weeks ago, St Mary’s Church, Cusop, Herefordshire which is part of Abbeydore Deanery marked a first with the commissioning of Local Minister, John Winter. The celebration service is the first in the diocese following the launch of the new local ministry roles.
The Church of England in Herefordshire and south Shropshire (Hereford Diocese) which is supporting Ukrainian refugees has received a trio of grants totalling £115,000
I have made it clear that in our diocese all are welcome. All views and life experiences are to be treated with care and respect. Our unity, love and mutual care is one of the principal ways in which we commend the Gospel to our communities.