The Bishop of Wolverhampton urges others to join him on Visit My Mosque Day.
The Bishop of Lichfield says more must be done to support asylum seekers.
Survivors of Nazi and Rwandan holocaust were the focus of today's events.
Former Archdeacon of Walsall Tony Sadler has died, leading to warm tributes.
Lichfield Cathedral marks Holocaust Memorial Day on Friday, with Bishop Michael giving a lecture.
Churches are getting involved in the fight against modern slavery across Wolverhampton and the Black Country.
Tributes have been paid to one of the Diocese of Lichfield's oldest priests following his death aged 101.
The funeral of Jill Saward will take place at Lichfield Cathedral at 12 noon on Tuesday, 17 January.
The Bishop of Lichfield, the Right Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave, will be appointing the Right Revd Rod Thomas, Bishop of Maidstone, as an Assistant Bishop in the Diocese of Lichfield.
The Bishop of Lichfield, the Right Revd Dr Michael Ipgrave, joined almost 3,000 people for the annual Jewish Limmud Conference in Birmingham.
In his New Year message, the Bishop of Lichfield talks about crossing boundaries in 2017.
The Bishop of Lichfield joined people from other faiths in a pilgrimage exploring justice and peace in Cyprus.
More than 20 families in need in Stoke-on-Trent won't go hungry this Christmas after local Christians, Tesco and other community groups joined forces.
The Bishop of Lichfield has welcomed the appointment of the Revd Prebendary Dr Woyin Karowei Dorgu as his successor as Area Bishop of Woolwich in the Diocese of Southwark.
A Stoke-on-Trent church has been given an early Christmas present - a Â£20,000 grant to carry out urgent repairs and replacement works.
Details of over 1,200 Christmas services at churches in Staffordshire, north Shropshire and the Black Country are just a click away at the new www.AChristmasNewYou.org website launched today, 1 December.
Building bridges between churches in the Midlands and the rest of Europe is more important than ever in the wake of the Brexit vote, says the new Bishop of Lichfield.
The Bishop of Lichfield met volunteers who offer late-night support to people on the streets of Telford on a visit to the town.
Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent's only synagogue was joined for its tenth anniversary celebrations by the Bishops of Lichfield and Stafford.
Celebrity TV presenter Adrian Chiles and the Bishop of Wolverhampton, the Right Revd Clive Gregory, joined forces to officially open the new YMCA Black Country Group Western Gateway building in Carters Green, West Bromwich.
A ground-breaking church initiative in Wolverhampton city centre has won a national award for its work with young adults.
The Bishop of Lichfield and Shropshire curate Revd Zoe Heming shared the platform at a national event to help create churches where disabled people belong.
An innovative weekly online chat show from the Diocese of Lichfield has won a national digital award.
People from all faith groups and none are being invited to a show of unity at Stoke-on-Trent College on Tuesday, 15 November.
Almost 200 Readers from across Lichfield Diocese took part in 150th anniversary celebrations of lay ministry at a special service at Lichfield Cathedral.
"The Diocese of Mercia, this diocese, is a borderland diocese. Living in borderlands is risky business; crossing boundaries generates anxiety; that is why we need a culture, locally of informed risk-taking, and centrally of thoughtful permission-giving. " So says +Michael in his first presidential address to Diocesan Synod.
Over sixty people gathered in West Bromwich last night to hear about the ways people of black and minority ethnic groups can be encouraged to consider vocations in the Church of England.
TGI Monday has been shortlisted for a Premier Digital Award for 'Most Creative Use of Social Media'.
A pilot project to help churches provide dementia-friendly services and meetings in northern Shropshire is being expanded and rolled out across the rest of the Diocese.
Bishop Michael, who is Chair of the Council of Christians and Jews, has warmly welcomed the Archbishop of Canterbury's words condemning the 'virus' of antisemitism. At a speech to the CCJ in Staines this week, Bishop Michael said, 'There is a fundamental truth that Jews and Christians hold in common: we are taught, and we believe, that men and women are made in the image of God.'