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To mark the centenary of the Diocese of Coventry, all 75 Church of England Schools in Coventry, Solihull and Warwickshire are taking part in the Cross of Nails pilgrimage. The Cross of Nails is travelling from school to school with a special act of worship taking place to mark each handover. ...Click the photo for more.

In 2018 the Diocese of Coventry reaches 100 years old and we are doing all sorts of things to celebrate. One of these is to make a 3D map of the diocese in Coventry Cathedral, and we need help to make it! ...Click the photo for more.

This year's lent course from the Church of England will be #LiveLent - Let your light shine. ...Click the photo for more.

Coventry's Christian bookshop, CLC, is sadly to close this week. Bishop Christopher and the Revd Greg Bartlem visited the shop to thank the staff for all the support they have given to churches over the years. ...Click the photo for more.

Christian Aid have launched their Lent appeal where they are encouraging people to walk with the more than 40 million displaced people in the world today. ...Click the photo for more.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were welcomed to Coventry this morning by crowds of people in the Cathedral Ruins. The Royal couple began their visit to the city with a tour of Coventry Cathedral, before opening the new Science and Health Building at Coventry University and then ending their day at the Positive Youth Foundation. ...Click the photo for more.

In the article below, deanery Lay Chair of Southam Deanery, Barry Parker, writes about Kingdom Come - Southam Deanery's Intercessory Prayer meetings. ...Click the photo for more.

Coventry is set to be given a Royal seal of approval during a visit by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge later this month. ...Click the photo for more.

A Christmas message from the Bishop of Warwick has been published in local newspapers. ...Click the photo for more.

A Christmas message from the Bishop of Coventry has been published in local newspapers. ...Click the photo for more.