As we start to emerge from COVID restrictions, it feels a bit like a resurrection. Spring is here and suddenly new possibilities open up. It used to be standard practice on Easter religious broadcasts to roll out a Bishop to cast doubt on the bodily resurrection of Jesus.
The Rt Revd Richard Jackson will deliver his second Easter sermon at Hereford Cathedral on Sunday 4 April
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
A church congregation in Upton Bishop in Herefordshire used the recent lockdown to encourage one another through daily exercise whilst raising money for the church finances. All the usual fundraising opportunities were out of the question but the determined group set out to invite Upton Bishop village to take part in a virtual walking tour to reach Jerusalem by Easter.
As Easter approaches and Christians worldwide prepare to walk through the events of Holy Week to the resurrection on Easter Day, one church in Herefordshire is bringing the story to life by creating a full-scale Easter garden.
News from Hereford Diocese of the latest appointments and departures - January - April 2021
Many of our Churchwardens are looking after buildings and contents which tell the story of our faith and Christianity in this country, said Tim Bridges, who retires as Church Buildings Officer from the Diocese of Hereford this week.
As we emerge from lockdown, many churches are looking to support people in the local community who have lost a loved one or who are looking to remember loved ones.
The Diocese of Hereford has partnered with aid and development charity Christian Aid to give people an opportunity to give thanks for their Covid-19 vaccine and help others in crisis across the world.
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