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"We firmly believe that God’s hand has been on this initiative, He went before us and is guiding our journey as we seek to do His will.”
More than 250 people have now attended sessions for the Common Fund consultation which is currently underway.
Dan Wills, Bath and Wells Net Zero Enabler, offers a step-by-step guide to filling in the EFT
The Bishop of Bath and Wells led a pop-up Ashing Service in the centre of Wells on Ash Wednesday.
“A puppet-packed, Jesus-centred, coffee-and-croissant-fuelled, 30 minute kids and families adventure.”
The service was held to mark the 850th anniversary of St John’s Foundation which provides shelter and support for older adults in the city and works with children locally to make sure they have the best start in life
Pippa Rayner, Wilder Projects Coordinator for Somerset Wildlife Trust, talks about our partnership.
As Christians, while we may look to reduce our own carbon footprint, we are called to be stewards and witnesses of a much more radical resource. The clue is in the word ‘ecology’.
Across Bath and Wells our churches are working with local communities and schools to care for the environment, with more than a third of churches in the diocese engaged with the Wilder Churches project.
Over 70 people attended the first Common Fund consultation at St James, Taunton on Tuesday, 30 January, to discuss the proposed changes to the way we calculate what parishes are requested to contribute into our Common Fund.
We are delighted to announce that Natalie Wainwright has been appointed as the new Lead Giving and Funding Adviser.
Read this month's newsletter from our safeguarding team.
Work is underway at former vicarage at St Mary’s Church in Frome to prepare the house for a new Christian community for four self-supporting adults
During the first quarter of 2024 the Go Team are auditing work with children, young people and families across the Diocese of Bath and Wells
Fran Wood joins a growing team of Anna Chaplains and Anna Friends in the diocese.
He spoke to those in the Intensive Care and Accident and Emergency units, the Chaplaincy Team and representatives of the various colleague networks throughout the hospital.
"A great opportunity to share the progress we have been making as a diocese and discuss how the National Safeguarding Team and the diocese can work collaboratively together."
Paul Rusby is one of two guest speakers at the Conference focusing on the importance of and value of spiritual leadership for schools, churches and communities in the 21st century, to be held in Wells in March this year.
Releasing the gifts of all in Bath and Wells will become a lot easier thanks to the introduction of the lay ministry pathway, a more flexible and adaptable approach for those training in different lay ministries, such as Lay Worship Assistant (LWA) and Lay Pastoral Assistant (LPA).