The first GP chaplaincy service in Nottinghamshire has begun its pilot at the Windmill Practice in Sneinton, with a particular focus on those who have suffered loss. The chaplaincy’s first users have said they feel heard "like never before".
A Rocha UK’s Eco Church Awards require the churches who apply to demonstrate their commitment to caring for creation, ranging from optimising energy efficiency to discussing climate change in sermons. Recently, the diocese has reached the 5% threshold of Bronze Award churches which we need to achieve a Bronze Eco Diocese Award. More than 50 of our churches are working towards their Eco Church status now, of which 16 have at least a bronze award. St Patrick’s Nuthall achieved their silver
We are saddened to hear that Colin Slater MBE died yesterday. While many tributes have been offered to Colin as ‘the Voice of Notts County’, he was also a man of deep faith. Colin made a remarkable and inspirational contribution to diocesan and synodical life and witness in Southwell and Nottingham.
Bluecoat Wollaton Academy has received a rating of 'Excellent' for how effective the school’s distinctive Christian vision is and how it is promoted by leadership to support pupils and staff to flourish in their faith following their SIAMS (Statutory Inspection of Anglican and Methodist Schools) Church Inspection. Vice Principal, Phil Rowson, told us: "We were really pleased with the report and we feel it is justified in terms of the work we put in. Faith underpins everything we do here. The big thing for us
In his Christmas Day sermon in the cathedral, Bishop Paul speaks about the transforming gift of kindness and love that God brings to our world in-person through the birth of Jesus.
To celebrate the launch of our new website we are delighted to share a short video we've created to welcome every person to the diocese. Filmed across our parishes across the city and county, it reflects our belief that everyone can be inspired by the love of God.
In Bishop Paul’s Advent & Christmas message for 2021, against the backdrop of so much fear in our world, he speaks about “the transforming hope that Jesus brings, which sets people free to be themselves as God intended.”