Easter messages from Bishop Christopher and Bishop John have been broadcast and published by the local media.  ...Click the photo for more.
In the aftermath of the fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral, the Bishop of Coventry has sent letters of love and support to the Archbishop of Paris and the Ambassador of France to the United Kingdom.  ...Click the photo for more.
Last Thursday, Bishop Christopher paid a visit to representatives of the Muslim community in Coventry to share his condolences and express his solidarity with them following the horrific terrorist attacks at two mosques in New Zealand on the 15th March, which claimed the lives of 50 people.  ...Click the photo for more.
The Bishops of Coventry and Warwick are encouraging churches, schools, homes and workplaces to light 'Three Candles of Hope' for our country.  ...Click the photo for more.
Bishop Christopher has written to express his "sense of deep outrage at the appalling desecration of human life inflicted on innocent Muslim people as they gathered to pray at their Mosques in New Zealand".  ...Click the photo for more.
On the 27th February 2019, Bishop Christopher opened and dedicated Bablake School's new faith centre.  ...Click the photo for more.
One of the fruits of Bishop John’s sabbatical in 2017 was the writing of a book. The book, Turned by Divine Love, Starting again with God and with others, is to be published on 22nd March by the Bible Reading Fellowship.  ...Click the photo for more.
On Sunday March 10th 2019 from 10.30am to 12 noon there will be a service of commemoration at All Saints Church, Stretton upon Dunsmore, for the 1915 march past of the 29th Division before they travelled to Gallipoli. Bishop Christopher will be attending the service which is in partnership with the Gallipoli association.  ...Click the photo for more.
Last week during the General Synod of the Church of England, Bishop Christopher took part in the Archbishops' debate on 'National Divisions'.  ...Click the photo for more.
Sixty years ago a formal link was established between the cities of Coventry and Dresden. It built upon the remarkable work, which began soon after the war, of young people sent from Coventry Cathedral to reconstruct the Diakonissen Hospital in Dresden and the young people who came to Coventry from Dresden’s Churches to repair the crypt of the Cathedral ruins.
To mark the 60th Anniversary, the Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth joined the Lord Mayor of Coventry, Councillor John Blundell, in an official delegation to Dresden.  ...Click the photo for more.