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The Diocese of Hereford has launched a flood relief appeal to help local residents in the wake of Storm Dennis. Donations received will be distributed by the diocese to local communities worst affecte...

There are new calls for Catholic communion to be reviewed. Professor Thomas O'Loughlin, a University of Nottingham theologian is calling for new and formal discussions in the Roman Catholic Church...

The MP who notified Met Police about alleged criminal activity at a London church said he wants the case against reopened.  On Tuesday police said SPAC Nation will not face investigation after th...

Grand vicarages are off-putting for working class Christians, according to a priest in the Church of England. Failing to reach Christians from low-income backgrounds and in poorer areas is a "ser...

Christian safeguarding charity Thityone:eight has a launched a new campaign to encourage church leaders to get involved with a movement against abuse in churches.  The organisation created the Sa...

The Church of England has urged congregations to incorporate "simple precautions" at services to reduce the risk of infection from coronavirus. In new guidance issued on Thursday, the church...

The Archbishop of Canterbury has once again apologised to those who have suffered abuse at the hands of Church of England clergy. In comments delivered to the General Synod on Wednesday, Justin Welby ...

Renowned pastor and author Francis Chan has recalled witnessing numerous physical healings while ministering in Myanmar. Delivering a lecture at Moody Bible Institute’s Founders W...

The Church of England has brought its target for net zero carbon emissions forward to 2030, following a proposal passed at its General Synod meeting on Wednesday. The Church's original target...

A musician in Louisiana has pleaded guilty to setting three African-American churches on fire in a bid to "raise his profile" in the black metal community. On Monday, Holden Matthews admitte...

Pope Francis has declined to approve the ordination of married men to address the priest shortage in the Amazon, sidestepping a fraught issue that has dominated debate in the Catholic Church and even ...

A series of new measures to help develop the governance and operational frameworks for Britain's cathedrals have been discussed at this month's Church of England General Synod m...

The Archbishop of Canterbury has told of his sorrow and shame at the Church of England’s history of racism, as a vote was taken to apologise for its decades-long failures towards black and minor...

The Bishop of Blackburn, Rt Rev. Julian Henderson, has become the latest bishop to be welcomed into the House of Lords. Blackburn is now part of an exclusive collective of clergy called the ...

As the risk of coronavirus increases Anglican churches in London and the South East have received guidance from the Church of England on how to avoid the further spread of infection. The virus which o...

A London church which has faced accusations of fraud and manipulation has been told it will not face investigation from the Met Police. Last year, officers looked into complaints made by former member...

On Monday, the House of Bishops at the Church of England’s General Synod reaffirmed its pro-life position, effectively declaring that the vast majority of abortions are morally unaccep...

Intervarsity Press Books (IVP) has announced it will no longer be selling books written by former Acts 29 CEO, Steve Timmis, after he was accused of engaging patterns of behaviour which constituted &l...

The Archbishop of Canterbury has warned that new technologies such as artificial intelligence and genetics could lead to greater inequality and injustice. But the Most Reverend Justin Welby said that ...

The CEO of church planting network Acts 29 has been removed after being accused of bullying and intimidation.  Steve Timmis, the pastor of "The Crowded House" church in Sheffield, was k...