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Readers take up the challenge
Eleven new readers were licensed by Bishop Peter at Chester Cathedral on 21 October
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A Church Near You
Earlier this year the national Digital Communications team at Church House in London produced a report on how to get the most from the new A Church Near You.
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Friends from Melanesia Visit the Diocese of Chester
We were very pleased to welcome visitors from our link province of Melanesia to the diocese recently.
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Victor Whitsey Statement
Joint statement from Archbishop of York and Bishop of Chester
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Vocation calling reaches ten year high
The number of people entering training to become priests in the Church of England is at the highest level for a decade with women making up more than half the total.
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Face to Face Safeguarding courses
The Church of England has introduced a new modular safeguarding training and development programme for use by Dioceses, Cathedrals and Theological Education Institutions.
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Historic Remembrance-Tide Prayers
Special prayers used just six days after the end of the First World War may be heard once again this year as parish churches commemorate the anniversary of the signing of the Armistice in 1918.
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Transforming lives
On Monday,25th September representatives of fourteen churches gathered for ‘Filling the Gap 2’.
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Pastoral Workers welcomed
Jo Whittall, Katy Jones and Wendy Luxon were licensed and admitted as Pastoral Workers by Bishop Libby at Chester Cathedral on September 23rd.
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The Church's Response to Modern Slavery
On September 17th people from across Cheshre joined together at Chester Cathedral to sign a pledge statement and pray for those caught up in the tragedy of Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking.
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The Bible in a day
There will be a reading of the ‘whole bible’ In Chester Cathedral on Thursday November 9th
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Bishop Keith Hillsborough award prayers
Bishop Keith has said prayers at the ceremony which gave Freedom of the Borough posthumous awards to the 96 men, women and children who lost their lives at Hillsborough.
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Melanesia September visit
The Most Revd George Takeli, Archbishop of Melanesia, his wife Mrs June Takeli will be visiting the UK from 14th September to the 6th October.
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New Director of Education welcomed
Chris Penn, our new Diocesan Director of Education, has been commissioned at Chester Cathedral by Bishop Libby.
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Heritage Open Days in Stockport
Last week end St George's Church, Stockport, opened for two Heritage Open Days.
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Archbishop of York joins in College’s mental health programme
The Archbishop’s visit was part of his ‘Believe in Birkenhead’ mission.
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Believe in Birkenhead:
You are invited to the following events...
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New Chaplain for Stepping Hill Hospital
A new Anglican Chaplain has been licensed to serve at Stepping Hill Hospital in Stockport.
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St Julien Service
A special assembly of people gathered at St George’s Church in Stockport to recall the battle of St Julien.
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Encountering God – in Science and Creation
You are invited to a conference on science and faith.
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Archbishop Sentamu Believes in Birkenhead
Plans are well under way for 'Believe in Birkenhead', a mission weekend which runs from 7th to 10th September 2017.
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There was a strong turnout for the 'Church@28' service at Chester Cathedral on the Sunday 27th August.
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Stitches and Stems festival
After a year of preparation, the Stitches and Stems festival has taken place.
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DR Congo update
DR Congo update from The Venerable Ian Bishop:
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Bredbury raise nearly £500 for children
A Bredbury Vicar and his team of churchgoing cyclists proudly completed the Manchester to Blackpool Bike Ride.
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Congo team visit Bunia
The visit to Bunia has gone very well, with the team feeling hugely blessed and humbled by the faith.
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Bishop’s party lands in the Congo
Bishop Keith and six travellers from the Diocese of Chester are currently visiting our link Diocese of Aru and Boga in the Democratic republic of Congo.
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Search for core funding
The Bishop of Chester brings two projects to the attention of the wider Diocese in the hope that a source of core funding might be identified…
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St. George's Stockport commemorates battle of St. Julien.
The preacher will be the Bishop of Stockport, Rt. Revd. Libby Lane. refreshments are available before the service. All are welcome.
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Bishop Libby at RHS Tatton Flower Show
Bishop Libby has appeared at the RHS Tatton Flower Show Sculpture Park introducing ‘Eternal Trinity’ an installation of three bronze Mobius forms by Ali Hutchison.
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