|150th anniversary of Reader Ministry
2016 marks the 150th anniversary of the establishment of Reader ministry in the Church of England. There have been national events, deanery events Ė and then on Saturday, 15 October, a diocesan celebration in the Cathedral. Bishop Libby led the service and gave licences to eight new Readers and a further four who have transferred into parishes in the diocese.
Imagine 500 people dancing to music in a cathedral! This is what is happening at Chester cathedral to raise money for BCC Children in Need on Friday 18th November. A Zumbathon in a cathedral is a world first, and we are hoping that you will join in and help spread the word!
|New appointment for Bishop Libby
Bishop Libby has been appointed as Vice Chair to the Board of Trustees of the Childrenís Society. The Childrenís Society works in close partnership with the Church of England to improve the lives of children and young people across the country.
|Can you make the Angel of Liscard?
St. Thomasís in Liscard is running a unique competition this autumn. The challenge is to create a freestanding angel, great or small, from any combination of recyclable material, feathers and silky material, junk and salvage, wood and metal or card and paper.
|YBIBLE Launch Event
On the evening of 15th September about 300 people attended the Cathedral for the Launch of YBible. There were clergy, readers and other church members from across the Diocese. Everyone received a welcome pack which included a copy of the 52 Thoughts book, a selection of favourite Bible verses with reflections.
Diocesan Pilgrimage to the Holy Land Date: 28/03/2017
One of the key purposes of the pilgrimage is to help us better to understand the Bible. The pilgrimage will follow broadly the format of our last two pilgrimages, and will be led by the three Bishops, assisted by the Revd Professor Walter Moberly, who has memorably led the Bible Expositions at the last two residential clergy Conferences at Swanwick. More...
Cycle of Prayer - 24/10/2016 Download
Please pray for: Hoole
Bishop Emmanuel Maduwike, Ikeduru (Owerri, Nigeria); Bishop Peter Onekpe, Ikka (Bendel, Nigeria)
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