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St Albans cathedral is attempting to raise £20k for a massive fireworks display they hope will have the potential to reach 50,000 people across the city. In lieu of the usual...

The Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales has released a statement appearing to pledge their support for the development of a Covid-19 vaccine, even if it utilises cell-lines originally extra...

A new app that aims to make studying the Bible simple, alone, or in groups, has seen a tenfold increase in users during the coronavirus pandemic. WordGo, launched by Bible Study Fellowship, is a ...

The Scottish government has announced it will propose amendments to the Hate Crime Bill given the controversy it has sparked over freedom of speech.   Deputy Director for Public Affairs...

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has said that Christians have been "people of hope" during the Covid-19 pandemic. In a joint address with the Archbishop of York Stephen Cottrell du...

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York are calling on the banks to show mercy in the same way the nation did to them during their bail out in 2008. Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell have written an op...

Christians in Thailand are celebrating after 1,435 people were baptised in a huge outdoor event. Believers from five different provinces of the country gathered at a reservoir in central Thailand for ...

Couples preparing to get married next week face a difficult decision when it comes to who will be in attendance on their big day. Under changes announced by Boris Johnson on Tuesday September 22,...

Plans are in the works for a" financial hub" in Staffordshire Methodist church to be used as a place for people to make cash withdrawals. Locals will soon be able to get cashback w...

More than 500 UK church leaders have called on the Prime Minister and the First Ministers of Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland not to close churches again as we face a tightening of coronavirus res...

The Vatican has reaffirmed its stance that euthanasia and assisted suicide are "intrinsically evil", and told priests they should minister to those contemplating such deaths to try to change...

A group of London musical ensembles are furious after being let go from a popular London church.  The orchestras and choirs say they were “summarily dismissed” after 30...

A trainee minister in the US state of Texas has said that his ministry license would "not be renewed" after he declared support for Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden.  Davi...

The mother of Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison believes he could be alive today if he had access to appropriate mental health support services. Marion Hutchison said she thought he would have ...

Work to rebuild York Minster’s historic grand organ as part of a £2 million “once-in-a-century” refurbishment is nearing completion as the final decorative pipes were returned ...

A church in the diocese of Coventry is set to close its doors next year after it was unable to find a vicar to lead the congregation.  The Church of St Mary and St John&n...

Northern Ireland megachurch, Green Pastures, has put its large campus up for sale at a price tag of £6 million. The church, located outside the County Antrim town of Ballymena, hit the...

This week, the new 'rule of six' was implemented meaning people across the country are now limited in terms of their social engagements.  While the laws differ slightly for those in Wales...

This week marks ten years since Pope Benedict XVI's visit to the UK. Benedict spent four days here in 2010 from September 16 to September 19 when he visited to beatify Cardinal John Henr...

Amazon's Alexa can now recite the 1662 version of the Book of Common Prayer.  It's the first time prayers and services by the 16th century Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas Cranmer, will b...