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What is a Development Officer?

First published on: 5th December 2019

Debbie Hill talks about her job as Development Officer: Children and their families


New Community Hub Littleport

First published on: 2nd December 2019

St George's Church in Littleport Open Its Doors To New Community Hub


#FollowTheStar weekly Advent reflections

First published on: 2nd December 2019

Throughout Advent, Archbishop Justin Welby and Rev Isabelle Hamley are releasing a weekly reflection. Read it each Sunday as part of #FollowTheStar by signing up!


Dreams, Visions and Wineskins: Preparing for the Unknown Church

First published on: 29th November 2019

The Revd Canon Linda Church, Head of Development for Mission and Ministry at the Diocese of Ely and Chair of the Shared Ministry Network Steering group, gives her reflections on the latest Shared Ministry Network conference.


Baptisms at Wednesday Night Live in Ramsey

First published on: 25th November 2019

After launching in May 2019, Wednesday Night Live (WNL) a Fresh Expression in Ramsey, has been delighted to see the growth of faith and engagement with both existing members of the church as well as new people.


A Church Near You: Why is it such a key resource?

First published on: 20th November 2019

Reflections from various users across the Diocese including tips and links to resources.


Give women the opportunity to flourish this Christmas,urges Bishop of Huntingdon

First published on: 15th November 2019

The Bishop of Huntingdon has urged others to help break down barriers and enable women near and far to discover their potential this Christmas.


VIPs hear about progress of local charity Cambridgeshire Workplace Chaplains

First published on: 15th November 2019

Business leaders, religious leaders, chaplains and supporters came together for a select afternoon tea event organised by Cambridgeshire Workplace Chaplaincy who seek to promote the value of a chaplaincy, the listening ear in workplaces.


Getting started with Mailchimp

First published on: 15th November 2019

Mailchimp is one of the most well-known email marketing programmes available. Here's a Lab Learning Blog to help you learn more.


What is a Development Officer?

First published on: 14th November 2019

Learn more about Mark Rodel, our Development Officer for Fresh Expressions and Pioneer Ministry


Autumn 2019 Kigali Visit

First published on: 13th November 2019

Visit to Ely of the Prince of Peace Choir and Bishop Nathan from Kigali, Rwanda.


Celebrating our LLM Ministry

First published on: 13th November 2019

On the 3rd November, the parish of Fen Drayton with Fenstanton celebrated the gift of ministry with three Licensed Lay Ministers.


What is a Bishop's Change Officer?

First published on: 12th November 2019

Learn more about Mike Booker, our Bishop's Change Officer for Market Towns.


Innovate & Cultivate Fund

First published on: 8th November 2019

Cambridgeshire County Council is working hard to make Cambridgeshire a great place to call home, where people live independently and safely in strong communities that help and support each other.


Reflection of a Youth Development Worker

First published on: 5th November 2019

YOUTHINC is a joint project with Granta and Shingay Deaneries and Cambridge Youth For Christ.


The English Clergy Association

First published on: 5th November 2019

The English Clergy Association was founded in 1938. The Association offers support to the Clergy of the Church of England in their vocation and ministry.


Collaboration builds a greener community from the ground up!

First published on: 5th November 2019

A Pathfinder Church and 'A Toys Life and Beyond' Press Release.


Wednesday Night Live at St Thomas a Becket Church in Ramsey

First published on: 29th October 2019

St Thomas a Becket Church in Ramsey has recently started an evening group "Wednesday Night Live".


Church of England welcomes further government support for churches

First published on: 29th October 2019

A Church of England News Release.


Sustainable Community Development in Zimbabwe

First published on: 28th October 2019

The SEED Project is a very small grassroots Christian charity that helps communities to become self-sufficient and resilient to life's storms.


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