The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have published a letter in which they ask all Christians in every worshipping community to join them in prayer as part of Thy Kingdom Come.
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Cheshire-based charity, Chapter, is offering free mental health first aid courses to churches and faith organisations across West Cheshire.
60 people gathered for Called to Serve, an annual vocation discernment event, at which attendees explored God's call to a particular ministry, both lay and ordained.
A service of celebration and farewell will take place at Chester Cathedral on 30 March. Booking is essential for this ticketed event.
Phil Roberts is a member of the Church of England National Procurement Group, a retired Unilever global purchasing manager, and passionate about helping parishes save money.
St Thomas and St Lawrence Churches in Ellesmere Port launched their Giving Against Period Poverty (GAPP) initiative to help tackle period poverty in their community.
The third Monday of January has been awarded the gloomy title of Blue Monday. To counter the negative press, we asked parishes in the Diocese of Chester to tell us their good news stories.
Bishop Libby will be confirmed as the Bishop of Derby on the 11 February. This service of Confirmation of Election will take place at St Mary-le Bow, Cheapside.
The next Step Forward event is to be held at Bishopthorpe Palace York, on Saturday 2 March 2019. This is a day for anyone aged 18 to 30 considering ordained ministry.
We want your stories to show a positive alternative to the negative press that the third Monday of January is the gloomiest of the year.
Chester Cathedral will host a special service to celebrate the abilities of all people. Organised by the diocesan Disability Forum, the service is designed to be as accessible and inclusive as possible.
A community park, built to remember a child, had fallen into disrepair. Beth Hayward decided to use her role as "vicar's wife" to find out why and transformed her community in the process.
Writing for the CDN magazine, the Dean of Chester, Tim Stratford, reflects on a new year, its uncertainties and a common hope.
St Johnâ€™s Church is launching its Grand Wedding initiative to encourage couples to tie the knot without the huge expense.
Bishop Libby will be the next Bishop of Derby, Downing Street has announced. She is currently the Bishop of Stockport,Â a post she has occupied since 2015.
Ruth Bull reflects on how a work's Christmas party can be an unexpected opportunity to show what it means to be Christian.
Guidance for parishes planning services to help transgender people mark their transition has been published by the Church of England. However, some in the Church have expressed their "concern".
Bishop Peter reflects on the Christmas story and invites us all to be "taken by surprise, by the eternal, mysterious surprise and wonder of Godâ€™s love."
Bishop Libby Lane and Rabbi Robyn Ashworth-Steen have held an open dialogue about women's rights and the experiences they share as faith leaders.
The church-finder website, AChurchNearYou.com, which already receives around 10 million page views a year, has been upgraded with a range of new features.Â
The Bishop of Chester is inviting churchgoers and those in the wider community to help build â€˜peace on earthâ€™ this Christmas.
The latest newsletter from theÂ Aru and Boga dioceses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, including the latest on the spread of Ebola in the region.
Lisa Davies, Managing Chaplain at a women's prison in the heart of Cheshire, paints a picture of what Christmas looks like for those behind bars in our diocese.
Over 80 school leaders from the Diocese of Chester gathered together for the annual Church School and Senior Leader Conference.
The Archdeacon of Macclesfield, Ian Bishop, has opened a new prayer garden at Wincle Church of England Primary School.
Attendance at Christmas services in Englandâ€™s cathedrals has broken records for the second year running, statistics published by the Church of England have shown.Â
Bishop Libby has started a season of conversation about women's rights to mark the centenary year of women winning the right to vote and stand for election in the UK.
A brand new "transformational"Â course for people who work with children and young people is open for applications until Friday 30 November.
Two faith leaders in Birkenhead took part in an interfaith football match on Friday 16 November as part of Inter Faith Week 2018.
The newly elected Diocesan Synod was formally welcomed by Bishop Peter on Saturday 10 November at St John's Church, Knutsford.