A farewell service for the Revd Canon Robin Gamble - Bishop’s Advisor in Church Growth - was held at Bradford Cathedral on the evening of Sunday, October 1.
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News and Communications
The Church of England is looking to share stories to celebrate church pioneers of Racial Justice.
The Diocese is thrilled to welcome our new community of 28 interns and Mission Apprentices as part of its 2023-24 Diocesan Internship programme.
Some 60 Ripon area walkers have taken part in a pilgrimage raising awareness for a new pilgrimage route, as well as a new life for a closed church.
How victims of modern slavery are secretly exploited in our communities was the subject of a recent event, hosted by Wellsprings Together at Bradford’s Fountains Church.
An exhibition around one of the most famous religious artefacts in history is coming to Halifax.
The Anglican Minority Network (AMEN) and USPG (United Society Partners in the Gospel), together with two of our Bishops are inviting clergy and lay leaders to “Living Well” – a national conference at the St George’s Centre, Leeds on Saturday, November 4.
The welcome given to arrivals from Hong Kong by one of our churches is profiled in a national magazine this week.
Wakefield Cathedral was packed for a farewell service to the Ven Peter Townley, Archdeacon of Pontefract who has now left to become an Assistant Minister in the Diocese of York.
“Fireworks and Fanfares” is the theme of free lunchtime recitals at Bradford Cathedral to celebrate the return of its newly restored organ.