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New campaign to coincide with Anti-Slavery Day: Make it Slavery Free
27th September 2022
Modern slavery can take many forms – victims may be forced into sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, county lines drug smuggling or labour on farms, construction sites, in nail bars, car washes or hospitality. It is present in every single community in the UK but often unseen.
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Bishop David pays Tribute to Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
8th September 2022
Tribute to Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II
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The Bishop's Comment: What do you see?
30th August 2022
Looking out into the autumn of 2022 and beyond we will do well to try to see clearly. Receiving the truth of the past as a stimulus to a just, equitable present, seeking a future with opportunity for all. 
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Letter to a Trafficker
30th August 2022
Letter to a Trafficker began from a call to pray for an end to human trafficking.
Open Letter to a Trafficker

St Peter’s Maney awarded Eco Church Gold level award, and other enviromental news
25th August 2022
Information on environmental events and details of Eco Church Gold Award for St Peter’s Maney
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Book launch: 'Together in Mission: the Anglican Church in Malawi and CofE Birmingham'
25th August 2022
Richard Tucker’s book is a history of the partnership between Birmingham Diocese and the Anglican Church in Malawi.
Open Book launch: 'Together in Mission: the Anglican Church in Malawi and CofE Birmingham'

Recent sentencing for child sex offences
16th August 2022
The Church of England Birmingham takes seriously its commitment to robust safeguarding practices in all of the Church’s settings and works closely with West Midlands Police and Social Services...
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The Bishop's Comment: A game of two halves
1st August 2022
This week in Canterbury and Birmingham, the Lambeth Conference of Bishops and the Commonwealth Games of Athletes between them encompass 165 countries and a population of 2.4 billion people.  Moving between the two world-wide gatherings gives a vivid picture of human potential in an awesome array of talent and endeavour, teamwork and mutual support. 
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Reader Exploration Evening - 21 September 2022
1st August 2022
The Reader Exploration Evening is a chance to hear a little more and to ask questions, is intended for anyone wishing to explore more, either for this year or for a future year about Licensed Lay Ministry
Open Reader Exploration Evening - 21 September 2022

CofE Birmingham joins global divestment declaration
28th July 2022
CofEB is continuing its honourable tradition of leadership in tackling the global climate emergency.
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