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  • CHRISTIANS WORK TO BRING COMFORT IN DISTRESS

    CHRISTIANS WORK TO BRING COMFORT IN DISTRESS

    Churches in The Netherlands are working together to comfort bereaved relatives after the Ukraine plane disaster 

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  • COMING TO TERMS WITH CHANGE

    COMING TO TERMS WITH CHANGE

    Bishop David reflects on the experience at General Synod and the effect of a vote for women bishops

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  • FATHER AND DAUGHTER PEDAL FOR PROGRESS

    FATHER AND DAUGHTER PEDAL FOR PROGRESS

    How a marathon bike ride can help the congregation in the Swiss city of Zurich

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  • NOW IS THE TIME TO SAY GOODBYE

    NOW IS THE TIME TO SAY GOODBYE

    Two parishes (in France and Spain) have recently said farewell to the priests who have helped build their congregations

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  • MOZART MASS ENCOURAGES APPEAL SUPPORT

    MOZART MASS ENCOURAGES APPEAL SUPPORT

    A fine musical accompaniment for a service in Holy trinity Brussels introduced an appeal for a buildings improvement project.

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  • COUSINS GREETING IN ANKARA

    COUSINS GREETING IN ANKARA

    Nativity plays are for more than Christmas as this congregation in Ankara found recently

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  • SINGING FOR THEIR TEA RATHER THAN . . .

    SINGING FOR THEIR TEA RATHER THAN . . .

    . . . singing for their supper. The church choir from Pau offered a very English cantata for an English tea in Southern France

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  • A FAMILY REUNION AFTER A MARATHON PEDAL

    A FAMILY REUNION AFTER A MARATHON PEDAL

    Congratulations from loved ones after a bike ride showing the vast size of some of our diocesan "parishes"

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  • WHAT DID THEY HAVE TO TALK ABOUT?

    WHAT DID THEY HAVE TO TALK ABOUT?

    Personal faith and church growth featured in an Ascension Day sharing in Antwerp

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  • SHARE THE VIEW FROM SYNOD

    SHARE THE VIEW FROM SYNOD

    Catch up on our full reports from Diocesan Synod in Cologne (2 - 6 June 2014) with many audio reports so you can catch the event more fully - such as this story not lost in translation. Scroll back through our other recent news stories from Synod.

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  • WELCOME TO OUR NEW DIOCESAN BISHOP

    WELCOME TO OUR NEW DIOCESAN BISHOP

    The Diocese is welcoming news of our newly appointed diocesan bishop

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  • BIG EVENT IN BONN IN JUNE

    BIG EVENT IN BONN IN JUNE

    Environment news about a conference in Germany and a new initiative we are invited to take up

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  • POPPIES FOR REMEMBRANCE

    POPPIES FOR REMEMBRANCE

    There's a challenging church initiative to encourage locally grown poppies as part of our commemoration of 1914

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APPLAUSE GREETS BISHOP ROBERT IN CANTERBURY

APPLAUSE GREETS BISHOP ROBERT IN CANTERBURY

Posted on 21 July 2014

The strains of Widor’s Toccata were drowned by spontaneous applause as Rt Rev Robert Innes walked out of Canterbury Cathedral after his consecration as Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe. The two hour service, where the Archbishop of Canterbury presided at a Eucharist and the Bishop of London in h...

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DIOCESAN DIVERSITY IN CATHEDRAL CONCERT

DIOCESAN DIVERSITY IN CATHEDRAL CONCERT

Posted on 18 July 2014

Although the Europe Diocesan Office has a small staff and operates, as Bishop David has said, as “Diocese Light” the team is proud to share some of its other qualities. Appointments Secretary, Catherine Jackson, was one of a group of Diocesan Office visitors to Gibraltar for a weekend i...

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PASTORAL WORK EXPERIENCE IN ARMENIA

PASTORAL WORK EXPERIENCE IN ARMENIA

Posted on 18 July 2014

Rev John Barker writes:- “Recently Laurence Smith, a second year ordinand who is training at Ridley Hall, Cambridge arrived in Yerevan to start a month long placement. During his time in Armenia Laurence will study the history and traditions of the Armenian Apostolic Church as well as assistin...

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CAN YOU HELP KEEP OUR DIOCESE AND CHURCHES SAFE?

CAN YOU HELP KEEP OUR DIOCESE AND CHURCHES SAFE?

Posted on 18 July 2014

            As the Diocese in Europe continues to develop new training and support systems for safeguarding children and vulnerable adults a new post is being created to administer the changes.             The following advertisement ...

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