Diocesan Synod and the Come Follow Christ celebration are cancelled.
A hardy band of pilgrims are battling through the weather from Shrewsbury to Lichfield.
People from our diocese joined hundreds celebrate an historic new centre in South Africa.
Shropshire has its first Place of Welcome thanks to church volunteers in Oswestry.
Six clergy have been appointed to fill vacant Prebendary stalls at Lichfield Cathedral.
Black Country people battling debt are to benefit from the appointment of a new worker.
The bishops of Wolverhampton and Lichfield oppose 'Rivers of Blood' politician tribute.
Featuring lollipop ladies, the Queen and St Chad
Father Alan Jones served throughout the Black Country and South Staffordshire.
Community conversations in the Black Country spark enthusiasm for neighbourhood change.
Kenneth Bau Yi Wen commissioned by Bishop Michael
As Holocaust Memorial Day approaches, the Bishop of Lichfield reflects on the words we use.
A new series of videos exploring what it means to follow Christ today.
Colin Hopkins is awarded for his services to education in the New Year Honours List.
Diocesan Advisor to the Deaf Church Susan Myatt reflects on Christmas using British Sign Language.
In his Christmas message, the Bishop of Lichfield encourages us to choose grace and truth.
Sarah Schofield is the Bishop of Lichfield's new Adviser For Women In Ministry.
The diocesan offices at St Mary's House are open as normal today (Tuesday) until 2pm.
City of Culture bid worthwhile
Ground-breaking project brings Black Country churches and charities together.
A striking stained glass memorial window in Stoke-on-Trent is on display for all to see.
The Dioceses of Lichfield and Sabah have formally renewed their partnership.
Making a positive difference to the lives of people leaving prison.
Places of Welcome initiative now at 200 venues as new enabler appointed.
Bishop Michael speaks about common mission across the globe in a video address from Singapore.
Frances Wilson and Romita Shrisunder are the new Bishops' Directors of Ordinands.
A survey in Lichfield Diocese shows getting involved in community life is key to discipleship.
The Revd Zoe Heming becomes the Diocese's Enabling Church Advisor.
Lichfield Diocese is at the heart of a new project fighting modern slavery.
Hundreds of people reflected on the nature of vocation at the annual Selwyn Lecture.