Revd Hugh Allen has created his very own Advent song, using a traditional German tune and adapting it with words for a 2023 audience.
- 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
An opportunity to put the church at the centre of the community and put the community at the centre of the church
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.
Hot chocolate, mulled wine and prayers togetehr on the beach.
More than 100 watch the retelling of the nativity on the streets of the Exmoor village of Porlock.
Reflecting on the message sent by the angels to the shepherds
Everyone is invited to follow the star and join us at church services and other ways this Christmas. Why not invite a friend to come along to your church this year?
Reflecting on what is at the heart of Christmas.
Responding to the 'need for young people to receive the love of God in a practical way'.
An opportunity to bring farmers, their families and friends together at a time when many have felt isolated and cut off from their communities.
Hundreds turn out to enjoy the festival which this year had a Christmas card theme.
Decorations have a message of thanks from children in the school.
With the start of Advent, the Advent Prayer Space came to West Pennard CE School.
Community comes together to decorate the churchyard for Advent.
Emily Hatton, who features in our Advent campaign, prepares for her first Christmas as a Youth Minister
For children with special needs, their family and carers
Sharing the Christmas story with a generation of children
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.
Over the weekend of 12th and 13th of December a dazzling array of 51 angels appeared around the village in gardens, on drives and on a roof.