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Dan Wills, Bath and Wells Net Zero Enabler, offers a step-by-step guide to filling in the EFT
Year 8 pupil Belinda Gifford-Guy was praised for her particular ability to tell a story through her performance.
Revd Hugh Allen has created his very own Advent song, using a traditional German tune and adapting it with words for a 2023 audience.
Asking is your relationship healthy?
A journey of faith, hope, and connection
An opportunity to come together to consider how best to create a just, peaceful, and harmonious world.
Welcome to the first Registry Update with information about legal matters for parishes
Bishop Ruth commissioned the Revd Narinder Tegally as the new diocesan Interfaith Adviser in a service at the Bishop's Palace Chapel on 13 September
The diocesan Finance team are hosting a series of training sessions for treasurers later in the year. There will be three sessions in total, two face-to-face and one online session.
For members of clergy interested in this form of healing ministry. Julian Laurence, Bishop's Deliverance Adviser explains more about Deliverance Ministry.
Racial Justice Sunday is on 22 April this year and to mark the 30th anniversary of the death of Stephen Lawrence, Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (CTBI) and Christian Aid brought together several leading thinkers from various churches in Britain and Ireland to discuss the legacy of Stephen’s racist killing, and the current state of race relations in Church and society in Britain and Ireland. Join the conversation.
Taunton Minster opened its doors to the Gaia art installation on 14 April and already has already seen thousands pass through its doors to see it and engage with conversations about caring for creation.
The young mother painted an icon especially for those who have cared for her and her daughter.
Church community gets busy creating knitted leaves and pom poms to make an 8 foot Christmas tree.
Award ‘demonstrates the diocese’s commitment and progress towards Creation Care and Net Zero Carbon’.
Over 400 people from across the parishes of our diocese, including treasurers, PCC secretaries, churchwardens and clergy, have taken part in a series of Zoom sessions to talk about our finances.
From 16 to 18 July, Bath Abbey Girls' Choir travelled through The Netherlands and Belgium, singing at some of the most spectacular churches and cathedrals in Europe.
In the last nine months, if you visited St Peter's, Camerton on the first Tuesday of the month, between 4:30 and 6:30pm you would find the church full of laughter and fun, with young people playing table tennis, board games and snooker, and doing arts and crafts. You'd top the evening off with a supper of pizza and cake.
Churches Together in Britain and Ireland has produced a resource for Racial Justice Sunday 2022 which reflects on the importance of everyone recognising themselves, their race, their culture and their history in the life of the Church.