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Despite not being forced to by either government, churches in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland are encouraging church-goers to wear face masks to protect one another.  The decision was ma...

A new study has found that pastors are concerned about disunity among their congregation as the coronavirus continues to affect every area of church life.  In its study, 'Pastors’ Views on H...

A church in Derbyshire is reeling after an attack on the church grounds resulted in a stained-glass window being damaged. Police are investigating after holes were discovered in the windows at both S...

A new book by an ordained minister has sought to shed light on the ways in which institutional racism still grips the Church of England. C of E minister Rev Azariah France-Williams' 'Ghost S...

British Baptist minister and social activist Steve Chalke has declared that God is "not a Christian".  In a tweet on Wednesday morning, Chalke argued that "God is not a Christian, a Jew, a Muslim...

A church in Yorkshire has unveiled stone tributes to author C.S. Lewis.  St Mary's Church in Beverley, east Yorkshire, had the statues blessed by the Bishop of Hull, who said she thought it was o...

A new study into the use of language amongst Christians has indicated that younger believers are keen to scrap terms commonly described as 'Christianese'. In its report The Future of Missions,...

Choral singing has started again at Westminster Abbey for the first time in five months after Government guidance changed last week. Groups of singers are now allowed to perform or lead sung worship w...

The bishop in charge of safeguarding for the Church of England has said that much more needs to be done in order to support victims of abuse. Dr Jonathan Gibbs said for “root-and-branch change” a ...

The Church of Scotland has joined nine other faith leaders to urge the Government to hurry up with its plan to make the UK the safest place to be online.  The group, which includes Muslims, Jews and ...

The pastor of a megachurch in South Korea which has been linked to a new surge in coronavirus cases in the country has tested positive for the virus.  According to the Associated Press, health offici...

A pair of Chilean pastors who were wrongfully arrested for holding religious gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic have won their legal case, setting a landmark precedent for future religious fre...

A South Korean megachurch has been linked to a fresh surge in Covid-19 cases, as an additional 279 infections were reported on Sunday alone. On Monday, a further 197 cases were recorded - it is the h...

Roman Catholic bishops in Zimbabwe have claimed the country is embroiled in an economic and political crisis marked by human rights abuses. They were in turn criticised by the government as "evil" an...

A California Court has ruled in favour of Pastor John MacArthur in his bid to host indoor services at his church. The megachurch leader had said he was willing to defy the local restrictions to stop t...

The government have relaxed its coronavirus guidance for places of worship meaning from this weekend, worship groups and choirs can now sing in churches. Up until now, only a professional singer had b...

A passionate evangelist has died after a mountaineering accident while on holiday.  Eduoard Nelson, 45, was the pastor of Eglise Protestante des Ternes in Paris and Vice President of the National Cou...

A 13-year-old boy has been charged with the murder of a man outside a church. Thirty-four year old Steven McMyler (pictured above) was kicked in the head in the grounds of Wigan Parish Church shortly...

Members of the Church of England are discussing whether wine should be allowed at Holy Communion in individual cups if a common cup cannot be shared because of coronavirus.  In normal times, Holy Com...

Pope Francis has continued his clear-out in Poland after revelations of clergy sexual abuse and cover-up. This has included replacing Gdansk Archbishop Slawoj Leszek Glodz on his 75th birthday. While ...