News and Communications

Bradford Cathedral's exhibition from Artist in Residence extended

First published on: 16th August 2022

Kate Abbey, Bradford Cathedral’s Artist in Residence, has had her exhibition ‘As we journey together: an exploration ...


St Stephen’s Steeton becomes Bronze Eco Church

First published on: 12th August 2022

In recognition of their commitment to live and work more sustainably, the community at St Stephen’s Church ...


Summer breakfast club is a big hit with youngsters and grown-ups

First published on: 9th August 2022

?Christ the King in Battyeford is welcoming children and their grown-ups to a free breakfast club every Friday ...


Join the festival angels team

First published on: 8th August 2022

The deadline for volunteers to apply to be a festival angel has now passed. If you are interested ...


Religion and global health conversations at Lambeth Conference 2022

First published on: 8th August 2022

Health and community needs across the Anglican Communion was a discussion topic at the Lambeth Conference and ...


Yorkshire Day celebrated in style with help from one of our churches

First published on: 4th August 2022

Keighley and its parish church played host to the annual Yorkshire Day Civic Celebrations, welcoming the Deputy Lieutenant ...


Bradford Cathedral host Evensong for all

First published on: 3rd August 2022

Bradford Cathedral are looking to welcome folk to take part in a cathedral evensong. The event will let ...


Free hot meals on offer at one of our Dales churches

First published on: 2nd August 2022

Free hot meals for local people and visitors to Settle are on offer at its parish church every ...


Solar power scheme for clergy homes will cut carbon emissions

First published on: 1st August 2022

Solar power and high efficiency insulation will help to cut carbon emissions from clergy houses across our diocese, ...


Crypt cafe serves community in Lofthouse

First published on: 29th July 2022

One of our Leeds area churches has been enabling the life of their village by creating a much-needed ...


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