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Downing Street has announced that Alan Smith, a senior adviser and former global head of risk strategy at HSBC, will be the next First Church Estates Commissioner. The role will see him chair the Chur...

A priest has been attacked while praying alone in a pew at St Mary's Cathedral in Edinburgh. The clergyman, who hasn't been named, was approached by a man who asked him if he was a priest. Whe...

Police are appealing for information after a 39-year-old woman was slashed in a knife attack at Speakers' Corner in London's Hyde Park. The woman was named on social media as Hatun Tash, a for...

Abigail Irozuru has credited her faith in God for ending her injury woes and wait for an Olympic debut. The 31-year-old is preparing to make her Games bow in the long jump in Tokyo. Her dream is nine ...

Contraceptive pills can be bought over the counter in UK pharmacies for the first time from today. Women will need a consultation with a pharmacist - but won't have to get a GP's prescription ...

The Bishop of Monmouth has paid tribute to the Archdeacon of the Gwent Valleys who died suddenly at the weekend. The Venerable Sue Pinnington MBE died peacefully at her home. She was 55. Bishop Cherry...

The Diocese of Carlisle is partnering with a Christian charity to provide free retreats for people who were frontline carers during the Covid pandemic. Caring for the Carers would see free retreats of...

A library book which was more than 300 years overdue, has been returned to Sheffield Cathedral. The Telegraph says the cathedral's Vice-Dean, Canon Keith Farrow, received an email from the go...

The Presbyterian Church in Ireland has described the decision of Westminster to allow the Executive in Northern Ireland to offer full abortion services in the country "awful and terrible". &...

Magistrates in London have ruled a Christian street preacher, who was fined and prosecuted, was entitled to evangelise and gather during lockdown. Joshua Sutcliffe, 31, along with one socially distanc...

A collection of faith-based organizations are encouraging Christian non-profits to seek out the orphans of COVID-19 and serve them well. The Faith to Action Coalition, a collection of faith-based chil...

Christians are being encouraged to “put others first ahead of ourselves” as supermarkets urge customers not to panic buy in response to reports of empty shelves. “Our first call isn&...

The faith minister has denied reports that the Government's new rules around Covid passports for large venues will include churches. Lord Greenhalgh was responding to a tweet by Talk Radio which s...

The number of young people with eating disorders being admitted to hospital in England has risen during the pandemic. That's according to a BBC investigation which found the number of under-20s ta...

National debt help charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP) has released a new report looking at the financial and mental well-being of those the charity is supporting in the UK. The 'Shipshape or...

Tributes have been paid to one of Northern Ireland’s best-known preachers as he was laid to rest. Children as far away as Ethiopia watched online the funeral of Pastor James McConnell at the Whi...

Church leaders are being encouraged to address the issue of pornography addiction in their communities, by the UK charity, the Naked Truth Project. It says church leaders need to talk honestly an...

Religious leaders have met with Lord Greenhalgh, the Minister for Faith, at a round table discussion to talk about the implications of lifting Covid restrictions on places of worship in England. July ...

Christians are being urged to look out for those who are "slightly slanted" in society as the English Channel records its highest ever number of migrants crossing in a single day.  &quo...

A Church of Scotland minister has taken the unusual step of conducting his own mother's wedding. Rev Jonathan Fleming, who is Minister of Lyle Kirk in Greenock in Renfrewshire, said it was an &quo...