Around 100 delegates gathered to discussÂ mental health issues. The day had a particular focus on the mental health of young people.Â
The Diocesan Director of Ordinands, the Revd Magdalen Smith, is to leave the Diocese of Chester to take up a national Church role.
Six Pastoral Workers and sixteen Readers were licensed at a special Eucharist service at Chester Cathedral
Following the successful launch at Chester Cathedral, Journey into Light will now travel around the diocese for 12 months.
The Church of England has announced its Christmas campaign and resources for parishes, #FollowTheStar
Mothersâ€™ Union has made history this week in electing its first ever Worldwide President from outside the British Isles.
The Ministry of Sport is a Church of England initiative but churches of all denominations are part of this ministry which assists individuals and local churches to build on sport-related opportunities.
St Saviourâ€™s Church, Stockport has held a harvest festival with a difference by collecting hygiene products instead of food.
St Matthewâ€™s Church, Grenville Street, Edgeley, brought the whole community together over the weekend of 23 September, as it celebrated its tenth Community Open Day.Â
An exhibition of prisoner artwork will be launched at a special event at Chester Cathedral next week before travelling to different locations around the Diocese of Chester.
Dr John Sentamu has announced that he will retire from his post as Archbishop of York on 7 June 2020, Trinity Sunday, 3 days prior to his 71st birthday.
Around 300 people gathered at Chester Cathedral on Sunday the 23 September to give thanks and celebrate 20 years of the Foundations for Ministry (FfM) course.
As Foxhill House and Woodlands prepares to celebrate its 50th year, this week one member of Foxhill staff is celebrating his 25th year working for the Christian retreat house.
This harvest time, one church and its Rector in Lymm is not only giving thanks for food but raising awareness of a rare genetic disorder at the same time.
A member of clergy in the Diocese of Chester has found that people are more likely to self-declare religious affiliation when receiving hospital treatment.
St George's Church, Heaviley, has held a service to celebrate and give thanks for lay Reader's 60 years of service.
Christian charity CARE (Christian Action Research and Education) has recently appointed Mike Chesterton to the role of Churches and Development Manager based in Manchester.
The parish of Wettenhall remembered Corporal John George Rathbone in a special church service, held 100 years to the day after he lost his life in the First World War.Â
The launch of a major exhibition of prisoner artwork will take place at Chester Cathedral on Monday 08 October and will go on public display on Tuesday 09 October.Â
The bishops of the Church of England have formally adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) working definition of antisemitism.
The organisers behindÂ Big Church Day Out (BCDO)Â have announced that the BCDO North event "will be cancelled in 2019 and beyond" due to "financial uncertainty".
The installation of the new Dean of Chester took place on Saturday 08 September at ChesterÂ Cathedral. Hundreds of well-wishers gathered to share in the historic occasion.
The process for nominating individuals to a synodical committee has opened. Three of the committees are open to all.
The new Dean of Chester, the Revd Dr Tim Stratford, will be installed at Chester Cathedral on Saturday at a special service of welcome.
Churches working together as Hope in North East Cheshire, petition Government to bring forward the date by which they plan to have net zero emissions of greenhouse gases.
Churches in the Diocese of Chester could benefit from a Government-funded programme to repair and enhance Englandâ€™s listed places of worship.
AÂ national scheme to conserve and repair Englandâ€™s cathedrals awarded Chester Cathedral Â£800k between 2014-2018.
Festival-goers were helped through their weekend at Creamfields this bank holiday by a team of 45 volunteers.
Growing numbers of young people are seeking ordination to the priesthood, according to new figures.
A Consultant Physician, a former drug user, and a former primary school teacher are three of the 18 individuals that were ordained as a deacon in the Church of England on Sunday 22 July.