On Monday 8 May, we welcomed HRH The Princess Royal to a special service of thanksgiving for our local volunteers at Gloucester Cathedral.
As part of the Big Help Out day to celebrate the Coronation of The King and Her Majesty The Queen Consort, everybody is warmly invited to attend a special serviceContinue reading
Last Saturday, many people from across the Diocese gathered for the inspiring and informative event, ‘Under fives and flourishing’. When introducing the event, and particularly thanking so many wonderful volunteers, I stated that creating spaces for under fives and their parents and carers is one of the most significant things we offer as followers of Christ.
Church and community organisations in Minchinhampton are working together to support local children, families and young people to help them get a better start in life. When the local youthContinue reading
In recent years, Gloucester has seen an influx of asylum seekers looking to start a new life here having escaped conflict in their war-torn home countries. Worshipping communities from acrossContinue reading
This winter, many people will be facing difficulties with the cost of living and the energy crisis. Linking with organisations that operate across the diocese, here are some positive waysContinue reading
Adele Owen, the Director of Gloucester Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (GARAS), is asking for help with donations and volunteers. She said, “Here in Gloucestershire, we want to continueContinue reading
Gloucester Street Pastors go out in the evenings to live God’s love on Saturday nights. They are there to help people in trouble, to listen and to be a friendlyContinue reading
Llanthony Secunda Priory Trust is looking for new Trustees and a new Chair to join its Board as it moves into the next exciting phase of the Priory’s Reformation. OurContinue reading
Each Thursday morning a group of volunteers at the Cathedral Coffee Shop make breakfasts, hot drinks and offer a warm welcome to those in need. As I make my wayContinue reading
Churches and Christian charities around Gloucestershire have been opening up holiday clubs and lunch clubs to feed children whose families are on tight budgets and give them a chance toContinue reading