Asking is your relationship healthy?
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Pupils at St Bartholomew’s CE Primary School have been presented with a Bronze Award from Christian Aid’s Global Neighbours Scheme for their global citizenship work.
From Lament to Action, domestic violence, care for creation and financial matters were just some of the items on the agenda for members of Diocesan Synod gathered at Canalside in Bridgwater on Saturday, 25 November.
In his presidential address to Diocesan Synod on Saturday, 25 November, Bishop Michael shared his gratitude for the inspirational stories from parishes shared at the autumn deaneries. He also reflected on the challenges that he has heard during those visits, including the impact of the Covid pandemic, faculties, finance and living in love and faith (LLF).
Bringing the community together to take greater care of the environment
A place of peace and tranquility for all pupils within the school grounds
An opportunity to put the church at the centre of the community and put the community at the centre of the church
An oportunity to celebrate all that's been achieved and to thank those that have supported the project
Together Taunton churches take a step towards an eco-friendlier ministry in flowers
An chance to come together, to pause, reflect and stand in solidarity with the parts of the world where there is conflict, injustice, and unrest.
Pupil chaplains come together for a special day at Taunton Minster
The Souls of our Shoes – A journey into and out of Domestic Abuse has been created by the Mothers' Union
Sharing in the positive things that are happening in their community
People of all ages, from all parts of the diocese were confirmed at Wells Cathedral surrounded by those who have supported them on their journey.
They toasted marshmallows and drank hot chocolate, before coming together inside for a worship evening, hosted by Movement, in partnership with local churches.
All Saints Church in Trull opens its doors to welcome in children and parents
A journey of faith, hope, and connection
An opportunity to come together to consider how best to create a just, peaceful, and harmonious world.
Bishop Ruth reflects on re-membering ahead of Rembrance Sunday and her departure to the Diocese of Coventry this month.
Christians are called to be peacemakers. ‘Your love for one another will prove to the world that you are my disciples’ John 13:35. At their best Christian communities can reflect the Kingdom of God, demonstrating how people from diverse backgrounds and with different gifts can work together. In reality, things are not always harmonious.