News

Hope flowers in Stafford

Published: 23rd October 2019

A Stafford church's flower festival highlights creation care call.


Making way for woodland worship

Published: 22nd August 2019

A Staffordshire church has beaten a new path for local people to enjoy.


Churchyard volunteers clean up

Published: 23rd May 2019

Staffordshire parishioners celebrated teamwork work at a churchyard clean-up day.


Parishes' pride at poppy displays

Published: 14th November 2018

Churches throughout the Diocese found new and creative ways to mark Remembrance Sunday.


Choir raises the roof!

Published: 20th March 2018

Pelsall Ladies Choir helps keep a roof over local worshipers' heads.


John steps down after 40 years

Published: 3rd July 2017

Former interfaith advisor retires from parish ministry.


Church dug out of tight parking spot

Published: 19th April 2017

Generous donations have helped St Giles' Church, Croxden, start work on a much-needed car park.


Service to communities celebrated in Acton Trussell

Published: 7th February 2017

The work of local community groups was celebrated at a special service in Acton Trussell.


Nature Friendly Churches on the Increase

Published: 6th December 2016

Churchyards in parishes across Lichfield Diocese have been recognised for the vital role they play in supporting the environment to flourish.


Raising the Roof Fund - success at Bushbury

Published: 7th July 2016

Image of Revd Ian Poole, vicar standing outside St Mary's church, Bushbury


Fradley roof repairs enables dry Easter celebration

Published: 6th April 2015

It was a Happy Easter all round as the congregation at St. Stephen's Church celebrated not only the Risen Lord but the completion of the restoration of the 155 year old church roof. Revd Elizabeth Wall officiated at the service which was attended by over 40 people including members of Fradley Community Choir who sang the anthem. After the service the congregation was joined by Brandy the Shetland Pony in his Easter bonnet for refreshments. The Easter Garden which was built by Messy Church was also much admired.


St Paul's Burton open day

Published: 1st October 2014

A lovely, atmospheric interior. one of Burton's treasures. J M Teale of Doncaster and Lord Grimthorpe were the architects, and Bodley beautified it. Glass by Burlison and Grylls completes the picture.


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