The Bishop of Lichfield welcomes the Government's announcement that public worship and weddings can restart on 4 July.
On Windrush Day, the Bishop of Lichfield writes about the debt we owe and the urgent work still to do to tackle racism and discrimination.
Responses to the pandemic in our partner dioceses
College chaplain Michael Horton is going up and down the mountain 64 times to raise money for Severn Hospice.
Latest appointments and departures
The historic worship site will be open 2.30pm-4.30pm every day from 15 June for private prayer.
The untold experience of pandemic Britain - and how you can bring it to light
A Black Country church has virtually welcomed it's new priest-in-charge after she was licensed online.
The Bishop of Lichfield responds to the Government's announcement that churches may re-open for private prayer next week.
Shrewsbury priest Yejide Peters speaks of her heartbreak and hope at the unrest in her US homeland.
Over 1,000 calls have been answered by a church-based emergency phone line.
Without a bishop in Stafford, this month's Pastoral Letter comes from the Archdeacon of Stoke-upon-Trent
There are care homes across the diocese and some of these have been particularly hard hit by the Coronavirus...
Challenge and change, conversations and connections
Over 1,000 people were fed in March and April thanks to Newcastle-Staffs Foodbank.
The Bishop of Lichfield has written to all clergy and ministers with new guidance on them returning to church buildings.
Bus driver Robert Vassell, who goes to church in Wolverhampton, is offering reassurance to passengers.
A parish church office has become the hub of community coordination thanks to a new helpline.
Glimpses of a parallel world
The Revd Stewart Tyler - who ministered to many despite Motor Neurone Disease - has died aged 76.
A Shropshire woman and five others have been recognised for their community efforts by The Queen.
Appointments and Departures
The Bishop of Lichfield reflects on the new challenges and opportunities of Easter this year.
This time of lockdown has the feeling of a Narnian season: it is always spring, but never Easter.
Offering creative new ways for people to express their faith.
Churches have a key role to play in communities across the region, says the Bishop of Lichfield.
Debbie Huxton will work with churches across the diocese in an exciting new partnership.
The former Bishop of Gloucester David Bentley has died, after many years of service in Lichfield.
The Revd Dr Gregory Platten is Lichfield Cathedral's new Canon Chancellor.
A remarkable display of ecumenical unity gives a germ of hope grounded in reality