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Churches across England now have access to free resources to help them engage with the Commonwealth Games, which is to be held in Birmingham in summer 2022.
Join this information session online to hear from our dedicated easyfundraising account manager Roisin.
The Life Events Diary is custom-built online software which can radically streamline administration for baptisms, weddings, banns and funerals.
If not, you really should!
The Church of England Evangelism and Discipleship team have created a series of free webinars to offer practical ideas for Church leaders at a local level in our present situation.
Diocesan elections are being held for new representatives to the Lower House of Convocation (House of Clergy) and House of Laity.
This autumn, join hundreds of churches across the country who together, will be turning a spotlight on safeguarding.
We're delighted to release latest Church Heritage Diocesan Newsletter.
The first of 19,000 churchyards will be surveyed as part of a Church of England project to create a free digital map of every grave and feature in every churchyard in the country.
The Church of England's national environmental programme exists to help the whole Church take action to care for and renew creation, you can sign up for their newsletter here.
The Children's Society "Good Childhood Report 2021" shows that modern life continues to erode the happiness of young people.
The 2021 Flower Festival in All Saints Church, Grafham and the Bioblitz in the churchyard were held over the same weekend in July. Here are some photographs from the day.
The popularity of podcasts is continuing to grow. Particularly in the past year, people are consuming more audio content than ever.
Is your church using easyfundraising to raise its income yet? If not, find out more here.
A new CofE Learning Labs Blog to support churches with their online activities!
The Revd Dr Megan Daffern, currently Diocesan Director of Ordinands and Vocations, is leaving this post and taking up the role of a Tutor and Bye-Fellow at Lucy Cavendish College, University of Cambridge.
You can run Generosity Week in your church to coincide with your Harvest Festival. As churches celebrate Harvest at different times this could be at any time between August to October.
A way for your church to join in with prayer and worship for climate justice at a crucial moment.
All across the country, faith groups are taking part in pilgrimages in support of the COP26 UN Climate Talks. Including a group crossing Ely Diocese between 28 August and 4th September.