Last Friday, 8 July saw Holy Trinity Church packed to the rafters as children from three schools came together in their first Choir Church service at the end of term. Lord Scudamore Academy and St Thomas Cantilupe CE School, along with helpers from Hereford Cathedral School and Holy Trinity Choir, gathered to sing Choral Evensong as part of the West Hereford Team’s Choir Church pilot.
A new choral work is set to receive its first performance at Hereford Cathedral later this month as a result of a unique competition held recently by the Cathedral’s Voluntary Choir.
In a recent scroll through social media, the beady-eyed diocesan communications team discovered that Revd Paul Roberts, Rector of the Maund Group of Churches may have come up with a world-first for the episcopal games cupboard.
News from Hereford Diocese of the latest appointments and departures - Jul - Sep 2022
Last weekend saw the return of the Church Tent to the Three Counties Show at Malvern Showground in Worcestershire. Visitors were able to enjoy a fresh cup of tea or coffee along with a bacon butty, panini or home-made cake, whilst taking part in free family activities and take time out from the crowds.
At the first ever Hay Pride earlier this month, a group of local church members took part in the procession and other celebrations.
"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.