Lichfield Cathedral has recently joined 94 other churches in our Diocese that our recognised with a Dementia-Friendly Church Certificate
Diocesan synod members have voted in favour of plans to revive the suffragan See of Oswestry.
Eight women and six men will be ordained deacon at Lichfield Cathedral.
Easter churchgoing in Lichfield Diocese was back to almost three-quarters of pre-pandemic levels, with online church addding to that.
Bishop's Chaplain Rebecca Lloyd will be leaving the diocese this autumn for a Canon Chancellor role in Gloucester.
Jane Bamber has taken over the lead role for the independent charity that works with churches to tackle poverty and its causes.
Sixteen people will be installed at Lichfield Cathedral on 3 July.
What would it take for every single church in our diocese to be able to say confidently, “Dementia awareness is part of church life”.
Centenarian Bob King served the diocese throughout the 1980s
25th May 2022
In the month of the platinum jubilee, Bishop Matthew ponders power and service
“When you know one person living with dementia… you know one person living with dementia”!
Bishop Sarah and co-pilgrims complete their trek from the site of St Winefride's beheading to her final resting place
Liz Jermy takes over as chair of the Lichfield Diocese Safeguarding Scrutiny Panel.
A consultation on the See of Ebbsfleet is considering the revival of the suffragan See of Oswestry in Lichfield Diocese.
We are all called to demonstrate the extravagant love of God in acts of generous hospitality as we walk the journey of faith and life together.
20th April 2022
Wouldn’t it be amazing if we could say that of every one of our young people - that they were healthy, wise, and they knew God’s grace? The challenge for us as Church and Community is simply what part are we willing to play in helping that to be the case.
Bishop Michael is inspired by generosity against the odds in his Easter Message.
I wonder what adjective you would choose to describe the experience of living through recent events? How about ‘overwhelming’?
A thanksgiving service for the 98th Bishop of Lichfield, the Rt Revd Jonathan Gledhill, took place at Lichfield Cathedral on Sunday.
A Shrewsbury-based chaplaincy project has raised nearly "£25,000 for the Red Cross" Ukraine appeal in two weeks.
The record office in Stafford has temporarily closed ahead of the construction of a new history centre.
Parishes all over the country are seeing new houses being built. There is a role for all churches to play in these new developments. Here are some simple ideas to consider.
A pioneering church initiative at the heart of Telford has moved into its new central base after two years of grassroots growth in local communities.
A special message from St Andrew's Anglican Church in Moscow, which was visited by a group from Lichfield Diocese in 2019.
As the humanitarian catastrophe in Europe unfolds before our eyes, signs of hope for more vulnerable people are more important to our emotional survival than ever. So here's one you may not have spotted yet.
Among 25 recipients of the Lambeth Awards presented by the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace this week is one friend of this diocese, Lay Canon Andrew Khoo from th e Diocese of West Malaysia.
The Revd Jonathan Watkins, the Vicar of Knutton, has died.
The first walkers have checked out the entire route from Lindisfarne to Lichfield, arriving on St Chads Day 2022.