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Archbishop visits Chester to pray for unity
On 21 January 2018, the Archbishop of York is preaching at Chester Cathedral as part of the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
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Explore the story of Narnia for yourself...
From Friday 9th to Sunday 11th February 2018 St Michael's, Bramhall will be holding a Narnia festival.
Open Explore the story of Narnia for yourself...

Styal Delivery
Collecting underwear and small size travel toiletries for HMP Styal.
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Bi-centenary celebration of St Peter's Church
A special service was held recently to celebrate the bi-centenary of the consecration of St Peter’s in Delamere.
Open Bi-centenary celebration of St Peter's Church

Angels fly in!
St Mary’s Parish church in Eastham on the Wirral ran its Angel Festival from Advent to Epiphany (January 7th).
Open Angels fly in!

Gafcon statement
The Bishop of Chester and the Bishop of Stockport have offered their prayers for the Bishop of Birkenhead as he prepares to attend the Gafcon conference in Jerusalem.
Open Gafcon statement

The Bishops appeal for the Congo
From Bishop Peter, Bishop Libby and Bishop Keith
Open The Bishops appeal for the Congo

Pupils to tackle global injustice
Bishop of Stockport welcomes new scheme encouraging pupils to tackle global injustice.
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Bishop Libby legally made Bishop of Derby
The Service of Confirmation took place at St Mary-le Bow, Cheapside. The central London church is the traditional home of such occasions and the service conferred the legal authority of the role to Bishop Libby.
Open Bishop Libby legally made Bishop of Derby

Bishop appoints officer for Self-Supporting Ordained Ministry
The Bishop of Chester has appointed the Revd Lyndon Bannon as Bishop’s Officer for Self-Supporting Ordained Ministry.
Open Bishop appoints officer for Self-Supporting Ordained Ministry

Conversations about mental health
One in four people will have some experience of a mental health problem.
Open Conversations about mental health

New Archdeacon announced for Diocese of St Asaph
The Vice-Dean of Chester Cathedral, The Revd Canon Barry Wilson, has been appointed as Archdeacon of Montgomery, which covers the southern half of the diocese.
Open New Archdeacon announced for Diocese of St Asaph

Fifty Years of Service
A great record of service to the local church and community was commemorated at one of this year’s Archdeacon’s Visitations, which took place at St Wilfrid’s Grappenhall.
Open Fifty Years of Service

Please pray for our link Dioceses
A few days ago, Lendu massacred about 30 Hema in an area and burnt homes. Hema have now started congregating in Bunia.
Open Please pray for our link Dioceses

Lent talks in Stockport
An inventor, a doctor and an accountant are amongst six guest speakers at St Mary’s Stockport this Lent.
Open Lent talks in Stockport

Bishop Libby invites you to pray for voiceless
Bishop Libby Lane is asking people to join her in praying for those whose voices are often not heard during Lent. 
Open Bishop Libby invites you to pray for voiceless

Deacons priested
A happy day was had on Saturday 2nd June as 17 Deacons were priested at 5.00pm in Chester Cathedral
Open Deacons priested

The Diocese of Chester is pleased to announce: ‘The Journey’
The Journey is specifically designed for young people in school years 7-11, organised and delivered by a dedicated team of experienced youth leaders from across the Diocese of Chester.
Open The Diocese of Chester is pleased to announce: ‘The Journey’

Congo prayer request
Please join us in prayer for our link Diocese
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Women’s World Day of Prayer
The Women’s World Day of Prayer movement invites everyone to attend one of many services being held throughout the Diocese on Friday 2nd March with the title “All God’s Creation is Very Good!”
Open Women’s World Day of Prayer

FAB FESTIVAL - It's the BIG ONE
Every year St Michaels Middlewich invites six local primary schools to contribute to an art installation in the church building for the duration of the FAB (Folk & Boat) Festival.
Open FAB FESTIVAL - It's the BIG ONE

200 years of supporting the Diocese of Chester’s churches
2018 marks the 200th anniversary of the Incorporated Church Building Society, set up in 1818, which helped to build and enlarge many hundreds of Anglican churches.
Open 200 years of supporting the Diocese of Chester’s churches

From Stage to pulpit
Revd Lawrie Adam has just published his autobiography.
Open From Stage to pulpit

Bishop leads 'double marathon' prayer walk
Bishop Libby Lane and Ian Bishop, the Archdeacon of Macclesfield, are to walk and pray along the streets and pathways of Cheshire,
Open Bishop leads 'double marathon' prayer walk

Royal wedding prayer released
The Church of England has released a wedding prayer for the Royal Couple as research shows other generation Ys want to 'walk down the aisle'.
Open Royal wedding prayer released

The Big Church Day Out - 50% off
We are delighted that The Big Church Day Out is coming back to the Diocese of Chester this summer.
Open The Big Church Day Out - 50% off

Chester Cathedral Nave Choir wants to sing in your church
As part of its 150th anniversary celebrations, the Nave Choir is planning a year-long tour of the diocese.
Open Chester Cathedral Nave Choir wants to sing in your church

Farewell Bishop Libby
Hundreds of well-wishers have paid tribute to Bishop Libby. The congregation bid her farewell in what was her final act of public worship in the Diocese of Chester before taking up her new episcopal duties as the Bishop of Derby.
Open Farewell Bishop Libby

A celebration of all abilities
"I think it felt a little like being in heaven. It was a gorgeous gorgeous thing to be part of." That was how the Revd Zoe Heming described a special service to celebrate the abilities of all.
Open A celebration of all abilities

Kids love a Messy Breakfast
St. Saviours Church, Oxton, is one of the latest to join the Messy Church movement by holding its first Messy Breakfast, which as the name suggests is all the fun of Messy Church over breakfast.
Open Kids love a Messy Breakfast

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