Diocesan Synod Update 17/03/2022

Published on: 18th March 2022

Our first Diocesan Synod meeting in 2022 took place last night at Craven Arms, and was the first 'in person' meeting since the Coronavirus Pandemic began.

Welcoming Ukrainian Refugees to Hereford Diocese

Published on: 14th March 2022

Do you want to sponsor a Ukrainian individual or family and offer them a home? Like so many, I am deeply moved by the images and stories of suffering and pain of the Ukrainian people in this war and the millions of refugees who are trudging across Western Europe seeking asylum.

Messy Church growing Young Leaders

Published on: 10th March 2022

As we emerge from covid, churches across Hereford Diocese are seeing a resurgence in the growth of Messy Church congregations and a way for teenagers and pre-teens to engage in leadership opportunities.

St Martin's Foodshare van reducing food waste across Hereford city

Published on: 10th March 2022

A local Herefordshire church has found a way to help people live more sustainably, offering a food share and helping reduce local supermarkets' food waste in Hereford.

Youth Cafe bringing young people together post lockdown

Published on: 10th March 2022

Attracting young people to engage and get involved with the church can be a big challenge.

Chorister Open Morning, Hereford Cathedral

Published on: 28th February 2022

Chorister Open Morning, Hereford Cathedral

Statement from The Bishop of Hereford, The Rt Revd Richard Jackson

Published on: 28th February 2022

Statement following the tribunal penalty decision regarding Revd Clive Evans

Appointments and Departures Q1 2022

Published on: 28th February 2022

News from Hereford Diocese of the latest appointments and departures - Jan - Mar 2022

The hidden reality of food and fuel poverty in rural communities

Published on: 9th February 2022

As Leominster Food Bank marks its 10th anniversary this week, local volunteer and coordinator Kathy Bland shines a spotlight on food and fuel poverty in rural communities.

Calling all compassionate communities

Published on: 20th January 2022

The compassionate communities, or Co Co for short, comprise a network of volunteers trained to help people in need through befriending and offering small acts of kindness.

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