Being inspired to share the amazing Easter story with our communities
- Children and young people
- Church buildings
- Everyday Faith
- From our parishes
- From the bishops
- Giving and funding
- Inclusion and diversity
- Mental health
- Other organisations
- People news
- Prayer and spirituality
- Social Justice
“A puppet-packed, Jesus-centred, coffee-and-croissant-fuelled, 30 minute kids and families adventure.”
An opportunity to learn how we to use creativity in our everyday faith, as well as in our work with others.
Series 4 in the Bible Chat Mats collection have been designed to inspire everyday faith and discipleship
Welcome Cesca, our new Growing Faith Adviser
From the minute the primary school pupils arrived on the farm they encountered a world similar to the one Mary and Joseph experienced as they travelled to Bethlehem and sought somewhere to stay.
People of all ages, from all parts of the diocese were confirmed at Wells Cathedral surrounded by those who have supported them on their journey.
They toasted marshmallows and drank hot chocolate, before coming together inside for a worship evening, hosted by Movement, in partnership with local churches.
Bishop Michael shares his thoughts on discipleship in the September Manna mailing.
Dr Marjay Pallant, All Saints, Trull talks about growing as a Christian thanks to her membership of Small Groups.
As Christians we’re not called to attend church, we’re called to follow Christ, to be His disciples. But how do we respond to that call? And how is your relationship with Christ?
Supporting our school communities through prayer.
Prayer, reflection, conversation and children's activities were just a few of the things taking place at the church tent during the three-day event.
Abseilers over come their fears to raise funds for school chaplaincy which provides pastoral support for students and staff.
Celebrate, recognise and thank all those who have generously given their time, gifts and talents in their communities and churches.
The Players, made up of members and friends of St James Church, Taunton, bring together a group of people of faith with an interest in fun, fellowship and fundraising.
Pupils and staff form human chain linking the two sites of the newly formed Herne View Church of England Primary school in Ilminster.
'Sharing and growing our knowledge of faith with others'
Almost 200 join online to worship together at the start of the Everyday Faith event - Everyone Everywhere Growing in Faith
"Reaffirming my Baptismal vows was incredibly empowering"