Children and young families help shape the vision process

Children and young families are helping to shape the new vision for the Church in the Diocese of Chester. At numerous events children have contributed through play and conversation and have used Lego, paper fish and inflatable elephants to help them. The consultation closes on 15 March.

Vision feedback and celebration service announced

A special feedback event in May will celebrate the culmination of the process of consultation to discern a new vision for the Church in the Diocese of Chester, it’s been announced. Director of Vision, Harriet Roberts, confirmed the feedback event will take place on Saturday 20 May.  

Vision webinar with Bishop Mark

A webinar with Bishop Mark offered attendees the opportunity to discuss the ongoing consultation process to develop a new vision for the Church in the Diocese of Chester and to find out more about the different ways people can take part. Watch again here.

Churches invited to submit art for Chester Cathedral exhibition

An art installation coming to Chester Cathedral in May will be a key creative feature of the Casting the Net Wide vision process. The community artwork will comprise of a shoal of 1000 paper fish, produced by parishes from across the diocese. Parishes are invited to start making the fish in preparation.

Vision development process set for diocesan-wide launch

The start of the new season heralds the unveiling of an exciting new project at the end of the month when the Bishop of Chester will launch the vision development process for the Diocese of Chester. The grassroots consultation promises to "cast the net wide"

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