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Over the last ten months Fresh Start, a new project by Together for Change, has been befriending and providing practical support for refugees, migrants and asylum seekers in Coventry. Led by Cultural Links Worker, Matt Robinson, Fresh Start has established a number of exciting initiatives and has seen God work in some amazing ways. ...Click the photo for more.

The diocese encourages all clergy to pursue a hobby outside of ministry. For some it will be playing squash, for others it will be cooking or baking. But the Reverend Pam Howell’s hobby is a bit different – she is the lead singer of Coventry based rock band, The Koalas. ...Click the photo for more.

The Warwickshire and Coventry Historic Churches Trust is holding Ride and Stride 2017, its annual fundraising event, on Saturday 9th September 2017 from 10am to 6pm. ...Click the photo for more.

On Sunday 6th August at 6pm, there will be a service of reflection at Coventry Cathedral to remember the dropping of the nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945. ...Click the photo for more.

On the 12th July, the diocese hosted specialist coach and church growth expert, Christoph Schalk. The day proved to be inspirational and was well supported by clergy and laity across the diocese. ...Click the photo for more.

"The church's job is to save souls; everything else is a distraction." That attitude has been common amongst evangelicals in the past and still has some traction in some parts today explains Diocesan staff member, Dr Will Jones, in his new book Evangelical Social Theology: Past and Present. ...Click the photo for more.

Graham Warren, one of the Cathedral’s Choral Clerks, has recently celebrated fifty years as a member of the Cathedral Choir. ...Click the photo for more.

On Monday 3rd July, the Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, joined the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Tony Skipper, and the head of Coventry Council, Martin Reeves, to officially open the new inclusive kitchen at St Peter’s Community Centre in Hillfields, Coventry. ...Click the photo for more.

Christoph Schalk, specialist coach and church growth expert is to visit the Diocese of Coventry on 12th July. Christoph travels extensively overseeing the international work of the Natural Church Development movement and is very highly regarded. He will be speaking to those who want to develop their skills in empowering people. ...Click the photo for more.

Four new priests and nine new deacons are to be ordained this weekend. Both the priests and the deacons will be ordained by the Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, at Coventry Cathedral on Sunday 2 July. The service for the priests will take place at 10.30am and the service for the deacons will take place at 4pm. All are welcome. ...Click the photo for more.