A café and coffee shop set up in an Amberley church have brought new life to the church building and united the community. As a result of this community-owned and run venture, Holy Trinity is now a bustling hub of activity with people using the building seven days a week.
Tag: Archdeacon Hilary
I come from a family of teachers. Both my parents and my oldest brother were teachers. It felt inevitable and right that I would follow in their footsteps and I taught across a number of schools over 17 years prior to ordination. Thursday 5 October marks World Teachers’ Day. It commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of the 1966 UNESCO Recommendation concerning the Status of Teachers.
St John the Baptist Church in Edge near Stroud has celebrated reopening its doors after a restoration project following a serious fire. In August 2021, the church suffered a fireContinue reading
One of our most important roles as Archdeacons, working closely with our bishops, involves the pastoral care of the clergy and lay leaders of our varied worshipping communities. It’s aContinue reading
All will be well. Archdeacon Hilary Dawson shares her sermon for August 30. Each week we share a sermon for use the upcoming Sunday. To share via a Zoom meeting/webinar,Continue reading
The Ven Hilary Dawson shares her sermon for July 26. Each week we share a sermon for use the upcoming Sunday. To share via a Zoom meeting/webinar, make sure thisContinue reading
Jesus said he came not to bring peace, but a sword … what does it mean to live courageously in a broken world? The Ven Hilary Dawson shares her sermonContinue reading
The Revd Hilary Ison has written a piece about trauma response for the blog Tragedy and Congregations. The blog talks us through a road map of the trajectory of trauma, throughContinue reading
Archdeacon Hilary teaches us on Pentecost and the importance of light in the darkness. To share via a Zoom meeting/webinar, make sure this youtube video is open in your webContinue reading
Archdeacon of Gloucester, The Ven Hilary Dawson shared her reflection for Tuesday 7 April during Holy Week. She reflected how “Jesus loves those who need his love the most.”Continue reading
Thank you to the thousands of people who joined us live online on 9 April. The subtitled recording is now available below, including BSL sign language for the sermon atContinue reading
The Bishops and Archdeacons take us on the journey of the days following Jesus’s death Wednesday 15 April, 9am Tomorrow Archdeacon Phil talks barbecues, burgers andContinue reading