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The parish of St Mark, Flecknoe, is one of the most rural in the Diocese of Coventry. It consists of mostly of farms and small hamlets with about 140 people living in the main village. Ten years ago the church was concerned about dwindling numbers so they decided to make a change. ...Click the photo for more.

Vocation, (from the Latin vocare meaning ‘to call’) is for all God’s people and is about working out who we are supposed to be and what we are supposed to be doing. We are called in many different ways and to many different things. Working out what this calling looks and feels like takes discernment and time. One of the ways in which you can explore this is through the ‘Called: Mission, Ministry & Me’ events which create space to explore, wonder and listen to God. ...Click the photo for more.

Jesus said “Come away with me to a quiet place and rest a while” (Mark 6.31). Charlecote Quiet Garden offers such a quiet place to accept Jesus’ invitation. Located in the idyllic rural Warwickshire village of Charlecote, Charlecote Quiet Garden is a place where people can step out of the busyness of the everyday and into a space where they can slow down and reconnect with themselves, God and creation. ...Click the photo for more.

On the afternoon of Saturday 23rd March, around 100 religious and community leaders from Coventry met in the new Cathedral to discuss the pressing issue of violent crime, particularly among young people. The event was hosted by the Bishop of Coventry and coincided with the presence of the Knife Angel statue in Coventry. ...Click the photo for more.

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.