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Overseas Aid - have we not learned?

Overseas Aid - have we not learned?

by Michael Ford 25 November 2020

Bishop Nicholas has spoken out against the government’s decision to cut Overseas Aid. Speaking shortly after Rishi Sunak’s announcement that came as part of government's spending plans for the next year, Bishop Nicholas said: “Have we not learned that this pandemic needs a global response from us?

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No more 1 in 3

No more 1 in 3

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

The Mothers’ Union is marking the 16 Days of Activism Campaign Against Gender Based Violence from 25th November to 10th December 2020.

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A Jubilee in the Lords

A Jubilee in the Lords

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

Bishop Nicholas spoke in the House of Lords this week about celebrating the Queens Platinum Jubilee.

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Remembering, Part 2

Remembering, Part 2

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

Continuing our Remembrance coverage, this week features churches and schools who made the most of online video to reach fellow believers and their wider communities, as they remembered the fallen and those left behind.

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Speaking out for the Deaf

Speaking out for the Deaf

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

Our Chaplain to the Deaf Community, the Revd Neil Robinson, has recorded an engaging video in British Sign Language (BSL) on Zoom, with a voiceover translation into English by an interpreter.

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Continuing to Pray for the Nation

Continuing to Pray for the Nation

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

Our Bishops have joined with the Archbishops of Canterbury and York and other senior church leaders, who are inviting Christians to pray for our nation over the next month of lockdown, and parishes and schools are joining in too.

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Stir-up Sunday 2020

Stir-up Sunday 2020

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

This Sunday is ‘Stir-up Sunday’, the day when traditionally families gather together to prepare the Christmas pudding.

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Your National Church needs YOU

Your National Church needs YOU

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

Church leaders have welcomed the opportunity for people nationally to respond to an independent review on Government engagement with faith communities, which will help to shape relationships now and in the future.

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Breakfast at Home

Breakfast at Home

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

Farmers must rise to the needs of “a whole host of new challenges” - that was the message from the High Sheriff of Dorset to those attending Bishop Karen’s latest ‘Breakfast at Home’.

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Church apologises to victims

Church apologises to victims

by Michael Ford 20 November 2020

Following the publication on October 6th of its overarching IICSA report, the National Church’s governing bodies have all endorsed a motion apologising to victims and survivors and committing to urgently implementing IICSA's 6 recommendations, with emphasis on independent safeguarding and redress for survivors and victims.

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