“50 Faces of the Holy Land” is a photographic exhibition that focuses on the history, diversity, joy and suffering of that region and which will be at Wakefield Cathedral from Friday.
- Bishop Anna
- Bishop Arun
- Bishop Nick
- Bishop Smitha
- Bishop Toby
- Bishop Tony
- Children and Young People
- Church Buildings
- Church Growth
- Lay Training
- Living in Love and Faith
- Ministry & Mission
- Mothers Union
- Overseas links
- Saving creation
- Social engagement
News and Communications
The Archbishop of York, Stephen Cottrell joined in conversations at Wakefield Cathedral with the local business community during a special visit to the Episcopal Area.
The diocese is looking forward to welcoming the Archbishop of York, the Rt Revd Stephen Cottrell, to Wakefield this week.
The diocese is delighted to announce that Revd Canon Cat Thatcher, currently Vicar of Oxenhope, will be the new Archdeacon of Pontefract.
One of our Wakefield priests has written a Lent book exploring Genesis to support the work of their church.
Wakefield Cathedral was packed for a farewell service to the Ven Peter Townley, Archdeacon of Pontefract who has now left to become an Assistant Minister in the Diocese of York.
One of our Wakefield churches has been celebrating this summer, marking major milestones and sending people back to school in style.
A youth pilgrimage to one of England’s holiest sites saw 13 youngsters from our diocese travel to Walsingham this month.
One of our Wakefield parishes is able to connect more with children and families thanks to new funding.
As part of Barnabas: Encouraging Confidence, the Diocese of Leeds has been awarded nearly £1 million by the Church of England for a new project: Every Good Work in Wakefield.