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Collation - the Revd Canon Richard Harlow

First published on: 27th September 2022

At a service at St Peter & St Paul's Church, Wisbech, on Sunday 25 September we were delighted to welcome the Revd Canon Richard Harlow to the Diocese of Ely as Archdeacon of Huntingdon and Wisbech.


Wisbech St Peter & St Pauls news

First published on: 26th September 2022

Announced as Finalists in the National Church Awards


Fen-Edge Communities: Celebration and Commitment

First published on: 26th September 2022

A pop-up installation has appeared outside Waterbeach’s Parish Church of St John the Evangelist this September as part of a partnership with Landbeach and Milton, celebrating Creationtide.


Etheldreda Medal Award Recipients Announced

First published on: 22nd September 2022

We are delighted to announce the Citations for those who will be awarded the Etheldreda Medal at an Award Ceremony to be held during Evensong at Ely Cathedral on the 15th October 2022 (5.30pm), to which all are welcome.


Annual Animal Service Returns to Ely Cathedral

First published on: 21st September 2022

A much loved Animal Service will be returning to Ely Cathedral next Sunday, 25 September, after a break of three years.


A Service in Commemoration of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

First published on: 20th September 2022

Sermon by The Bishop of Huntingdon at Great St Mary's, Cambridge on the 18 September 2022.


Listed Places of Worship (LPW) Grant Scheme

First published on: 14th September 2022

The Government has confirmed funding is available for the Listed Places of Worship Grant Scheme until 31st March 2025.


A message from the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Northern Germany

First published on: 13th September 2022

The Revd Christa Hunzinger from the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Nordkirche, has written a message to those in the Diocese of Ely, following the death of Her Majesty the Queen.


Advent and Christmas resources

First published on: 8th September 2022

The Church of England Advent and Christmas theme for 2022 is - Follow the Star – The Great Invitation. You can find out more about the resources available and what is planned here.


Have you signed-up to the Church of England Newsletter(s)?

First published on: 8th September 2022

If not, you might want to think about it.


Admission and Licensing of our new Licensed Lay Ministers

First published on: 8th September 2022

All are welcome to attend this service at Ely Cathedral - do come and support “your” LLM!


Our thoughts and Prayers

First published on: 8th September 2022

RIP Her Majesty the Queen: 1926-2022


Statement after the death of Her Majesty The Queen - RIP

First published on: 8th September 2022

From the Bishop of Ely and the Bishop of Huntingdon


Church Heritage Diocesan Newsletter - September 2022

First published on: 1st September 2022

We're delighted to release the latest Church Heritage Diocesan Newsletter.


Consultation on a new Constitution and new Statutes

First published on: 22nd August 2022

Ely Cathedral are planning to replace the Cathedral's Constitution and Statutes and we welcome your views about this. Any representations must be made in writing by email or letter and must arrive before 5.30pm on Friday 16 September 2022.


Theft From Places of Worship

First published on: 18th August 2022

During the summer months, theft from church roofs can often increase because with the lack of rain, damage can sometimes take longer to notice.


The Future of Heating in Historic Buildings

First published on: 18th August 2022

Organisations and individuals charged with managing historic buildings face a significant challenge. Find out more about the Future of Heating in Historic Buildings here.


How Village Churches Thrive - A Practical Guide

First published on: 18th August 2022

A new guide published by Church House seeks to “fly the flag for rural churches” and their central role in local communities.


Lambeth Conference 2022 - 10 August Pastoral Letter

First published on: 10th August 2022

From the Bishop of Ely and the Bishop of Huntingdon.


Wissey Valley Benefice Gathers Down by the Riverside for Songs of Praise Service

First published on: 2nd August 2022

On Sunday [31 July] about 50 adults, children - and a dog, gathered by the River Wissey for a Songs of Praise Service, led by Rev Dr Ian Mack, with the organ played by Mr Chris Young.


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