Being inspired to share the amazing Easter story with our communities
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“A puppet-packed, Jesus-centred, coffee-and-croissant-fuelled, 30 minute kids and families adventure.”
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
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.
Series 4 in the Bible Chat Mats collection have been designed to inspire everyday faith and discipleship
West Lydford, church volunteers creating a Christmas experience to bring the nativity story to life for local children and families
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.
Year 8 pupil Belinda Gifford-Guy was praised for her particular ability to tell a story through her performance.
More than 40 adults and children gathered in Middlezoy for the 'Autumn Days – Close to God’s Creation' event to explore the Nature Trails and discuss faith
Julie Perry is the Children’s and Family’s Worker for the Parish of Minehead and runs a weekly outdoor Toddler Church.
Pupils at St Bartholomew’s CE Primary School have been presented with a Bronze Award from Christian Aid’s Global Neighbours Scheme for their global citizenship work.
A place of peace and tranquility for all pupils within the school grounds
Pupil chaplains come together for a special day at Taunton Minster
Sharing in the positive things that are happening in their community
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.
All Saints Church in Trull opens its doors to welcome in children and parents
A journey of faith, hope, and connection
"Beautiful and graceful, varied and enchanting, small but approachable, butterflies lead you to the sunny side of life. And everyone deserves a little sunshine."
This December, we’re inviting families and households across our diocese to join us on a special Advent journey that combines the spirit of the season with our commitment to caring for God’s creation.