Visit to Ely of the Prince of Peace Choir and Bishop Nathan from Kigali, Rwanda.
On the 3rd November, the parish of Fen Drayton with Fenstanton celebrated the gift of ministry with three Licensed Lay Ministers.
Learn more about Mike Booker, our Bishop's Change Officer for Market Towns.
Cambridgeshire County Council is working hard to make Cambridgeshire a great place to call home, where people live independently and safely in strong communities that help and support each other.
YOUTHINC is a joint project with Granta and Shingay Deaneries and Cambridge Youth For Christ.
The English Clergy Association was founded in 1938. The Association offers support to the Clergy of the Church of England in their vocation and ministry.
A Pathfinder Church and 'A Toys Life and Beyond' Press Release.
St Thomas a Becket Church in Ramsey has recently started an evening group "Wednesday Night Live".
A Church of England News Release.
The SEED Project is a very small grassroots Christian charity that helps communities to become self-sufficient and resilient to life's storms.
Bishop Stephen speaks about the Changing Market Towns Project.
The Power of The Lord's Prayer. Olivia O'Neill shares a reflection of some of her work as a Changing Market Towns worker in Wisbech.
Rebecca Parnell, Operation Manager in March, describes her role, its purpose and blessings.
On a wet Saturday in October 2018, we were delighted to welcome 150 people to Neale-Wade Academy, March.
With thanks to the Revd Olivia Coles, Whittlesford hosted its eighth biannual Art Exhibition in the Parish Church of St Mary & St Andrew's.
One of the cornerstones of the Diocese of Ely's Growth Strategy, Ely 2025, is to "Re-imagine our buildings".
A free workshop helps to make â€œmaintenance and repairs seem straightforward and manageableâ€.
Bishop Stephen's Presidential Address - Diocesan Synod, October 2019
The Church of England digital team has worked with colleagues to produce some excellent digital resources supporting those suffering with metal health issues.
A volunteer Youth Group in the town of March that provides monthly meals and a warm, safe space to chat, has organised and run an extra event during October to raise funds for the local Foodbank.