How victims of modern slavery are secretly exploited in our communities was the subject of a recent event, hosted by Wellsprings Together at Bradford’s Fountains Church.
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An exhibition around one of the most famous religious artefacts in history is coming to Halifax.
The Anglican Minority Network (AMEN) and USPG (United Society Partners in the Gospel), together with two of our Bishops are inviting clergy and lay leaders to “Living Well” – a national conference at the St George’s Centre, Leeds on Saturday, November 4.
The welcome given to arrivals from Hong Kong by one of our churches is profiled in a national magazine this week.
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.
“Fireworks and Fanfares” is the theme of free lunchtime recitals at Bradford Cathedral to celebrate the return of its newly restored organ.
The Rt Revd Arun Arora, Bishop of Kirkstall, has written the Archbishop of York’s Advent book for 2023.
Black History Month this October will be marked in parishes across the Church of England as a way to recognise and celebrate the invaluable contributions of black people to British economy, culture, and history.
A splendid seven new Canons for Ripon Cathedral were installed at a special Evensong service which included a formal welcome for Bishop Anna Eltringham from local civic leaders.
A wormery, a woodturner and organic wines were among the stalls at a Community Green Fair that brought some 300 people to one of our churches on Saturday.