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Talking finance together

25th November 2022

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.


Bath Abbey Girls' Choir mark anniversary with European tour

10th August 2022

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.


Bridge-building 'Pizza@StPete's

3rd May 2022

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.


Resources for Racial Justice Sunday

1st February 2022

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.


Latest on the new Bishop of Bath and Wells

27th January 2022

The Crown Nominations Commission (CNC) to discern a new Bishop of Bath and Wells meets on 31 January. A second meeting to interview candidates will be on 28 February and 1 March. 


Lifting of Coronavirus restrictions: A message from Bishop Ruth

27th January 2022

Bishop Ruth shares a reflection on the Covid pandemic as restrictions are lifted in England.


Meet the new Lay Chair

13th January 2022

At the last Synod on 2021, Caroline Mason was elected as the new Lay Chair of Diocesan Synod, replacing Mary Masters.


Palace goes quiet for clergy days

25th November 2021

Clergy from across the diocese gathered at the Bishop's Palace this week, to attend the annual Archdeaconry Advent retreat days.


Caring for creation - join us on the pathway to Net Zero this June

3rd June 2021

In June it is hoped that Covid restrictions will be lifted and most activities can return to normal. June is also the month in which we celebrate Environment Sunday (6 June) and when the G7 nations meet in Cornwall for their climate conference, so it is an appropriate time to consider how we can take steps to care for our planet.


New App designed to eradicate labour exploitation on British farms

5th February 2021

A new app designed to help tackle labour exploitation and modern slavery in the farming, horticulture and food production sectors has been launched by the Church of England's modern slavery initiative.


Angels of Hope

5th February 2021

The Angels of Hope installations have been put up outside St. Johns church in Wellington and across the surrounding area to remind people of the hope we have in Christ.


Local awards highlight Everyday Angels

3rd February 2021

The Angel of Hope project organised by St John's Church Wellington included an invitation to nominate someone for an 'Everyday Angel' award

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