Coming Together in Hope II – 23 March
A service for Black communities affected by the Covid-19 pandemic on the National Day of Reflection.
“You have underlined to me…just how much faith underpins the fabric of lives.”
A message to church leaders from Faiths Minister Kemi Badenoch MP
‘It makes me get out of bed in the morning’
Joint Chair of Churches Together on the Cartmel Peninsula, Tricia Calway, shares how their local group for seniors is now bringing comfort across the country...
Vaccines – A Beacon of Hope
Churches across the UK have been supporting the coronavirus vaccine roll-out.
#Prayers of Hope – One Year On
On Sunday 21 March, Churches Together in England will mark the anniversary of the start of the first national lockdown and the ecumenical #PrayersOfHope initiative.
Praying for the Paramedics
The Lead Chaplain of the East of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust, Lynda Logan, shares an insight into the challenges of ministering to 'our green family' in the current pandemic, along with a poem written by a frontline paramedic.
The Archbishop of Canterbury Asks People To Reflect and Pray for the Nation
The Archbishop of Canterbury, a President of Churches Together in England, has appeared on the BBC, reflecting on the tragic milestone of more than 100,000 people across the UK losing their lives to coronavirus.
Churches called to unite in prayer for our NHS
Churches across England are encouraged to join together in a sustained commitment to pray for our National Health Service.
Churches Together in All Lincolnshire's, John D Rose, shares how they have been helping people in their area affected by the coronavirus.
Six months on: Prayers of Hope
A new prayer for those affected by the continuing coronavirus pandemic
Celebrating diversity and unity in the Black Country Church
Christians from churches across the Black Country have come together during lockdown to unite as one and produce a powerful creative declaration over their region.
Local Church Fellowship Offers Drive-In Worship
Church buildings in Bishop Auckland may be closed due to the coronavirus; the drive-in however, is open.