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Bishop of Warrington address for Her Majesty the Queen

First published on: 19th September 2022

Address given by the Rt Revd Beverley A Mason, Bishop of Warrington at the Commemorative Service of our Late Sovereign Lady, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II


It’s great to be a part of a community that puts their lives on the line

First published on: 16th September 2022

Rev Aly speaks to us about becoming a chaplain to the fire service.


Sector Ministry affirmed and commissioned

First published on: 16th September 2022

Revd Katy Canty reports on the first live Service of Commissioning for Sector Ministers from throughout the Diocese held in the Lady Chapel of the Cathedral this summer. 


Dates for your Diary

First published on: 8th September 2022

Some dates for your diary this autumn


Prayers and resources for remembering The Queen

First published on: 8th September 2022

The Church of England has published resources to help churches remember and pray for The Queen


Sign the online memorial book

First published on: 8th September 2022

You can sign the online memorial book on the Church od England website


Church bells to toll and prayers said across England as nation enters mourning

First published on: 8th September 2022

Church bells will be tolled across England tomorrow following the announcement of the death of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.


Bishop Bev offers us a way for us to respond to the events of the past week

First published on: 26th August 2022

Let us show empathy, kindness and compassion. Let’s walk alongside and encourage and offer a shoulder to cry on. We can listen to and help others find the words they need at a time like this.


Meet Our New Revs - Part 2

First published on: 14th July 2022

Ordained Deacon on Sunday 26th June, 2022 at 3:00 pm, Liverpool Cathedral


Synod backs motion affirming disabled people in the life of the Church

First published on: 14th July 2022

The Church of England’s General Synod has committed to working towards the removal of barriers preventing disabled people from engaging with the Church.


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