What do we do?
At the heart of what we do is wanting more people to come to know Jesus.
We are the Church of England in Herefordshire, south Shropshire and some parishes in Worcestershire, Powys and Monmouthshire.
Our worshipping community is made up of 12,800 people of all ages and backgrounds. Nearly 8,000 people attend a service each Sunday and nearly 12,000 children attend one of our 78 schools and academies.
A Vicar's Life
This six-part BBC Two series went behind the scenes with four of our vicars at the heart of their rural communities in the Herefordshire and Shropshire countryside.
The documentary spent time with three established vicars, a curate and their parishes, from the cathedral city of Hereford and its rural surrounds, to the majestic Black Mountains and the picturesque market town of Much Wenlock.
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14 June 2018
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5 June 2018
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31 May 2018
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