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A new document has shed light into how student ministry The Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF) actively encouraged its workers to resign between three and five years of being in the...

A Dorset pensioner is facing trial after holding up a sign near an abortion clinic which read: “Here to talk if you want to.” While Livia Tossici-Bolt was holding the sign at the facility in Bourn...

The Church of England in Lancashire has achieved an important milestone in developing its environmental credentials. The Diocese of Blackburn has been awarded the Bronze status of the national A Roch...

One of the fastest growing churches in East Sussex is hoping to secure a multi-million pound heritage grant to develop a heritage experience that could lead to an increase in tourism and a positive im...

The review into abuse by John Smyth has received a further setback after a survivor withdrew consent for his data to be used. Smyth was a former chair of the Iwerne Trust which ran Christian Summer...

A Catholic priest in London says he has been left 'shaken' and 'disturbed' after conducting what has been described as a 'fake funeral'. The service at the London Oratory Roman...

The Church of England is to broadcast a special service to mark Mothering Sunday this weekend. The online service tomorrow, March 10 will feature music by Andrew Earis and St Martin’s Voices and wil...

 The Diocese of Carlisle has been awarded nearly £600,000 by the Church Commissioners to further support mission and ministry across Cumbria. The money will fund the creation of a new church plantin...

One of the UK’s largest grant-making charities has pledged £1.5 million to Church of England to help support 60 churches achieve net zero by the end of 2025. The selected will be known as 'demo...

The number of potential victims of modern slavery reached a record level last year, with 17,004 people referred to the Home Office. A quarter of all those referred (4,088) were female, with children (...

Two bishops have jointly expressed their support for Amendment 172 to the Victims and Prisoners Bill. The amendment is currently at the Committee Stage in the House of Lords. It calls for the central ...

The former Archbishop of Canterbury has suggested that Britain can draw valuable lessons from the Bible's candid approach to historical issues such as slavery. Last year, the Church of England com...

The Archbishop of Canterbury has made alarming revelations about the prevalence of hate speech among Members of Parliament. In a recent interview with The Spectator, he accused both MPs and members of...

To mark World Book Day 2024, a Christian organisation has launched a campaign to donate more than 10,000 books to overseas Bible colleges and seminaries this year. Langham UK and Ireland, which trains...

The British public is in favour of stricter regulation of pornography, according to new polling commissioned by Christian social policy charity CARE. Key findings from the poll indicate: 70 per cent ...

After announcing a 2p cut in national insurance in the Spring Budget on Wednesday, the Chancellor has said he wants to eventually scrap it altogether. Jeremy Hunt has said he thinks it’s a double ta...

A decision to site a statue of the author Jane Austen at Winchester Cathedral has caused controversy among some locals. The 18th century writer is buried in the north nave aisle of the cathedral and t...

Unite, the UK’s faith workers union, has expressed significant concerns over the Methodist Church in Great Britain’s plans to make all its non-ordained overseas missionaries redundant by this Augu...

Her Majesty The Queen will distribute the Royal Maundy gifts on behalf of His Majesty The King at Worcester Cathedral on 28 March. During the annual Royal Maundy Service, ceremonial coins will be pres...

Christians in the UK are expressing unease over a proposed government update to the definition of extremism. The revised definition, drafted to combat extremist ideologies, has some worried it could u...