A labs learning blog from the Digital team at the Church of England
The decision has been made to close the Diocesan Office with immediate effect.
Due to the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the spread of coronavirus, the Diocesan Offices have been closed to external visitors.
An update from Bishop Dagmar following further coronavirus updates.
We're delighted to launch our brand new Church Heritage Diocesan Newsletter.
...who is running this weekend's Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon to raise money for Romsey Mill.
A Church of England Labs Learning Blog
A Legal Office of the National Church Institutions, in consultation with the National Safeguarding Team, explanatory note.
A Wisbech celebration on Ash Wednesday
A day of inspirational teaching, energising conversation and practical advice.
Focused on their work supporting families affected by substance misuse
CANCELLED - Admission of Churchwardens 2020 (13th of May) alternative date/s to be advised
Thousands of people will take action to help tackle Climate Change as part of the Church of England's first ever official green Lent campaign.
Churches are treasured places of worship but can also provide good roosting sites for bats.
Bishop Dagmar is running the Cambridge Half Marathon to raise money for Romsey Mill.
Board Game Café helps builds friendships and strengthens bonds in the community
Organise your social media posts in 2020 with the Church of England downloadable content calendar
Read the Church of England's digital teams a list of trends they predict you should be exploring in 2020
The search is on for Britain's best church magazine in the annual competition run by the Association for Church Editors (ACE).
Claire Grant reflects on the music outreach events in Chatteris for Christmas