Welcome to our Diocese DISCOVER OUR VISION hands gardening caring for creation
As part of the Church of England we serve over a million people through our network of around 300 churches across the city and county of Nottinghamshire, with two in South Yorkshire, and 73 church schools. We seek to live for Jesus and make his grace and truth known for everyone in our world today.

Our Vision

We believe there is nothing better anyone can do with their life than become a follower of Jesus Christ. For this reason we are committed to Growing Disciples, reaching wider in every community, connecting with younger generations to pass on the Good News of Jesus, and nurturing deeper roots of faith.

Our Diocese

We serve over a million people and represent the Church of England in Nottinghamshire and two parishes in South Yorkshire, sharing our faith, supporting communities and seeking the transforming presence of God to express Christianity in diverse, inclusive and vibrant ways across urban, suburban, estate, rural village, market town and post-industrial contexts.

Our People

Every person in each local church is called to join in with the mission of God. We seek to help and care for people in all the communities across our diocese, making a difference in living for Christ.

DAILY PRAYERS

October 6th

Today we pray for Chilwell, Christ Church; Inham Nook, St Barnabas (Andy Tufnell, Claire Tufnell. Ryan Mellor, Tom Murphy, Liam O’Boyle) and The Diocese of Nairobi – The Anglican Church of Kenya

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Vacancies

Join Our Team

We’re always on the look out for talented and passionate people to join our ever growing team of people. Take a look at our vacancies below.

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NEWS

The National Past Cases Review 2 (PCR2) Report

The ‘Past Cases Review 2’ (PCR2) is a national independent review of the handling of safeguarding cases in the Church of England over many years. The purpose of the PCR2 is to ensure that all known cases of concerns about the behaviour of clergy and church officers towards children and vulnerable adults have been dealt with appropriately.

Life Events

There are a range of services to mark special and significant moments in life.
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