This Christmas, we have been inspired by carols. Please find contemporary renditions and reflections about the Everlasting Light. You can jump to the section you would like to view by clicking the links below. Carols Reflections Prayers Chapter House Carols Recorded in the Chapter House of Southwell Minster, these Christmas classics are a great way to reflect on this Advent season together. In the Bleak Midwinter // Chapter House Carols Performed by Joanne Arton & Luke Resch - Trinity Church Nottingham and Tom Pearson - St John's Bilborough https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G3WFRg001Vc O

In Bishop Paul's Advent & Christmas message for 2022, against the backdrop of a difficult year for many across the world and closer to home, he speaks about how "fear may stalk in the darkness of our sorrow and sadness or our uncertainties about the future, but it need not overwhelm us because the light of Christ, the Everlasting Light, shines in the darkness and his perfect love can cast out all fear."

The Reverend Ruth Colby was licensed as Rector of the Fosse Group Benefice by the Archdeacon of Nottingham, the Ven Phil Williams, acting on behalf of Bishop Andy. Revd Ruth was originally licensed as Priest-in-charge of the parishes on 2nd October 2019 in anticipation of the Pastoral Scheme that would create the new benefice. Last night’s service was a celebration of all that had been achieved in the first three years of Ruth's ministry in East Bridgford, Kneeton, Flintham, Car Colston and

The Bishop of Southwell and Nottingham, Bishop Paul Williams has challenged the government in a debate on the Public Order Bill. The controversial proposed legislation is passing through the House of Lords. It make provisions for new offences relating to public order, to stop and search powers and to police functions relating to public order. In the debate on the Committee stage of the proposed legislation, Bishop Paul supported an amendment asked the government to define more clearly what would constitute ‘serious

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