Art exhibition to mark Anti-Slavery Day

21st May 2024

The exhibition seeks to shed light on this grave injustice and inspire collective action to eradicate it.

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Knife Angel comes to Taunton

5th April 2024

The sculpture, aimed at raising awareness of the effects of violence and aggression, has gone on display in the centre of Taunton.

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Quantock Foodbank drives innovation with a fully electric mobile pantry

5th April 2024

The Quantock Foodbank, a vital lifeline for families in need, now has a fully electric vehicle to take groceries to outlying villages.

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Bishop Michael visits patients and staff at Musgrove Park Hospital

25th January 2024

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.

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Chaplains provide support to overseas sailors

2nd January 2024

More than 400 gift boxes filled by church communities in Bath and Wells were shared with every sailor who came to Royal Portbury and Avonmouth Docks near Bristol

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Silent Vigil for Peace in Bath

21st November 2023

An chance to come together, to pause, reflect and stand in solidarity with the parts of the world where there is conflict, injustice, and unrest.

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Exhibition at Wells Cathedral highlights the issue of domestic abuse

15th November 2023

The Souls of our Shoes – A journey into and out of Domestic Abuse has been created by the Mothers' Union

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Interfaith Week 12 November - 19 November

2nd November 2023

An opportunity to come together to consider how best to create a just, peaceful, and harmonious world.

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Highlighting the plight of modern slaves on Anti Slavery Day

20th October 2023

Slavery is happening in every town, city and in rural communities. It is the most vulnerable of our society that are at risk of exploitation. 

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Members of the Anglican Alliance meet in Wells

15th September 2023

The Alliance is made up of members from every continent in the world. "It's like the world has come to Wells."

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Play your part in tackling modern slavery

8th June 2023

Hidden Voices Somerset (HVS) is running a course designed to help your community build resilience against exploitation and to understand the steps that can be taken to safeguard individuals.

Wells Cathedal and transatlantic slavery

23rd March 2023

Conference in Wells shares research carried out into the city's links with the slave trade and launches a self-guided trail to historic sites in Wells which have links to British slavery.

We Heat, You Eat

2nd September 2022

Offering a warm welcome for those who may be struggling to heat their homes as a result of the increase in energy bills.

Loss and Damage Action Day

17th August 2022

On Thursday 22nd September you are invited to participate in Loss and Damage Action Day, an initiative to support people around the world who are suffering the harshest effects of climate change.

Prayer services in support of refugees from Ukraine

7th July 2022

Taunton Minster hosts regular service for those who have fled the conflict and those who are supporting them.

A poem to celebrate Windrush Day

7th July 2022

Poet Vanessa Melody performs her poem during a service of thanks for the contribution of the Carribean community to the UK.

Providing a place of gathering and hospitality

10th June 2022

Cafe set up to offer support to Ukrainian refugees and those who are hosting them.

Website launched to show Bath's links to the transatlantic slave trade

9th June 2022

Digitised copies of the Bath Chronicle from 1760 - 1780 searched for information.

The crisis in Ukraine - a deanery wide solution

13th May 2022

A plan to provide wraparound care for refugees settling in the area.

Manna interview: A uniting faith

7th April 2022

Andrew Avramenko, a curate at St Stephen's & St Mary's, Bath who has Ukrainian connections, reflects on the importance of hope in challenging times.

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