The Bishop of Lichfield pointed to the path of peace at the cathedral Armistice Service.
Everyday encounters between Christians and Muslims featured in the 2018 Selwyn Lecture.
As the nation's attention turns to commemorating the centenary of the Armistice, the Archdeacon of Salop is conscripted to replace the vacant Bishop of Shrewsbury.
Enthusiastic welcome as course introduced to Diocese.
Doves, poppies and a peace woodland will mark the landmark WW1 anniversary.
Bishop Kristina will take over our partner church in Germany.
Conference takes (root) stock
People line up to raise money for mental health services in Rugeley.
Black History Month sees celebrations at Lichfield Cathedral.
A Chase Terrace church has become the 250th Place of Welcome.
The Revd David Evans is urging people to get on their bike.
Prisons Week has stacks of support
Eastern meets Western faith
People are invited celebrate Black History Month at Lichfield Cathedral on 13 October.
Card-carrying congregations' contactless contributions
A pioneering partnership between a school, a church and its community is launched.
Thinking about dementia can be overwhelming, but small steps add up.
The Diocese's three bishops call for urgent action to help those in need.
The Bishop of Lichfield admits 14 new lay ministers to office at a special service.
New facilities are opened at Three Spires House to help fufill the Diocese's vision.
Does remembrance point us to a path of peace?
Students and their bags get a blessing at a special back-to-school service.
Team spirit and episcopal ambition
The grandsons of a popular Lichfield bishop are taking on a charity challenge.
Appointments and Departures
There are now five Places of Welcome in Tamworth with more to follow.
No wonder Jesus urged us to be like 'little children'!
Over 130 children were kitted out in school uniform in Chell Parish last year.
Good practice for visiting nursing and residential homes