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CofE Birmingham welcomes Bishop-Designate, The Revd Dr Michael Volland

31st August 2023

The King has approved the nomination of The Reverend Dr Michael Volland, currently Principal of Ridley Hall, Cambridge, for election as Bishop of Birmingham, in succession to The Right Reverend David Urquhart, following his retirement from the office of CofE Birmingham’s Diocesan Bishop in October 2022.

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Celebrating the tremendous progress made towards Eco Diocese Silver Award

23rd August 2023

CofE Birmingham progresses towards the Silver Eco Diocese award thanks to the hard work across the churches...

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CofE Birmingham Church, Housing & Community project

23rd August 2023

CofE Birmingam's response to The Archbishop's Commission on Housing, Church and Community is well under way...


Church of England Birmingham celebrates 23 Ordinations

3rd July 2023

Twenty-three men and women were ordained in two distinctive services at Birmingham Cathedral on Saturday 24 June 2023

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CofE Birmingham welcomes the Bishop of Trinidad and Tobago

22nd June 2023

The visit to Birmingham of The Rt. Revd. Claude Berkley, Bishop of Trinidad and Tobago, for the Windrush75 anniversary

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Church of England National Redress Scheme

21st June 2023

An update from the Church of England

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No more fossil fuels, Amen!

2nd May 2023

‘No more fossil fuels, Amen!’ was the clear rallying message from over 1000 Christians as they marched on Parliament in April, making a clear stand for climate change and God’s creation.

Funding boost for St Agatha’s church, Sparkbrook

26th April 2023

A £25,000 National Churches Trust Grant will help to pay for much needed community facilities for St Agatha, Sparkbrook

Young people braving the cold to raise money for Street Children

25th April 2023

In January, two youth groups from Selly Park and Moseley joined together to face the cold and raise money for other children who have no choice but to sleep on the streets.

Response to Cyclone Freddy

30th March 2023

From 12–15 March, Cyclone Freddy ripped through much of Southern Malawi. Hundreds have lost their lives, many more have been injured, countless thousands have lost homes and livelihoods and more than half a million people have been displaced.

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