An occupational therapist recently asked me a really good question that got me thinking
A lockdown project bringing together classic car enthusiasts has been shortlisted alongside motoring legends Le Mans and Goodwood racetracks.
Appointments and Departures 20th August 2020
No service plan should be expected to survive contact with the congregation...
Residential care homes involve a community of residents and relatives, and staff â€“ and Care home communities have been particularly impacted by Covid-19 restrictions.
The Bishop of Lichfield is on a trek to all churches in the diocese named after his ancient predecessor.
A major expansion of a training will help churches support those hit hard financially by Covid-19.
Shallowford House and Dovedale House are both taking bookings now.
Churches looking out for seasonal workers and criminal exploitation
A church-based community project which has helped thousands of people is set to continue into the future.
Latest Appointments and Departures
St Paul's CofE Primary School is recognised by the Carnegie Centre Of Excellence For Mental Health In Schools.
Bishop Clive's pastoral letter for August 2020
Bishop Michaelâ€™s pastoral letter for July 2020
The Revd Dr Sharon Prentis will help the diocese focus on "full participation and justice".
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.