Mission Blog

It's hard to believe that we've only got a few more days in schools here.
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The Ely 2025 Mission Fund has two seed corn funds. Both of these funds will only support new mission initiatives and the focus of any application needs to be on people rather than on equipment.
The Statistics for Mission 2015 showed that Ely Diocese had 1640 baptisms and thanksgivings for children under 12. This Bishop’s Study Day held at Over on March 2 was offered to clergy and all those interested in developing the opportunities of baptism.
We are hosting a recruitment day on 25th April 2017 10am -2pm at the Diocesan offices, Bishop Woodford House, Ely.
Ely Diocese are launching an appeal to support the training of pastors and catechists from Kigali Diocese at Kigali Anglican Theological College.
Supporting Kigali
The all-new website - www.myyouthworklife.org
A devoted charity volunteer from Great Shelford in Cambridgeshire has been honoured with a National Volunteering Award from The Children’s Society to recognise him as an inspiring ambassador for the charity.
Appeal for bell ringers to join unique WW1 Centenary Commemoration
The Diocese of Ely is delighted to announce its involvement in the national Church of England pilot project – Setting God’s People Free.
The Diocese of Ely are delighted to be hosting the 4th National Anglican Fresh Expressions Conference on the 3rd November 2018, which this year will feel more like a festival.
On Saturday 15th September, Sarah and Jennifer from the Diocesan Accounts department will be putting on their walking shoes to take part in Cancer Research UK’s Shine Night Walk in Cambridge.
Nearly a quarter of girls aged 14 (22%) said they had self-harmed in just a year according to a new report by The Children’s Society.
The Church's 2018 Advent and Christmas campaign
AChurchNearYou.com, the national church-finder tool, receives more than 10 million page views a year – 80 per cent of these are from people visiting the site for the first time.