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In the last few years Transforming Communities Together Warwick (TCTW) have established some exciting projects to transform communities in the town. The projects support people of all ages and help with a wide range of concerns such as mental health problems, loneliness and bereavement. ...Click the photo for more.

The Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, has written to churches throughout Coventry and Warwickshire calling people to pray for our nation and European neighbours. ...Click the photo for more.

As part of last year’s centenary celebrations, the Diocesan Environment Group (DEG) organised the Centenary Tree Project. The project aimed to plant a tree in every churchyard and in the grounds of every Church of England School in the diocese to commemorate the centenary. ...Click the photo for more.

Since 2014, the chaplaincy team at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire (UHCW), have been leading an initiative to support people with life limiting illnesses. ‘Compassionate Communities’ recruits volunteers to work with chaplains and healthcare professionals to improve the quality of life of people who are living with a terminal illness. ...Click the photo for more.

Holy Trinity Church Coventry has received a funding boost in the shape of an £8000 National Churches Trust Community Grant for its project to install accessible toilets to make the church comfortable for all. ...Click the photo for more.

The following Christmas Day message was broadcast by the Bishop of Coventry on BBC Coventry and Warwickshire Radio. ...Click the photo for more.

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

This weekend, the Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, is launching a new initiative at Radio Plus called ‘Think Spot’ with a Christmas message. ...Click the photo for more.

Last month, the Prime Minister recognised Di Archer (a member of St John's, Kenilworth) and Jean Hart from Southampton, for supporting people who struggle with an eating disorder. ...Click the photo for more.

Fred Kratt, the Bishop of Coventry's Research Assistant, visited the Synod of the Diocese of Jerusalem in Jordan. In this article he writes about the experience. ...Click the photo for more.