From church services and parties to beacon-lighting and tree planting, churches are ready to give thanks for Her Majesty's seventy years of service.
The National Safeguarding Team's independent lessons learnt review into the recruitment and appointment of William Scott Farrell, a previous Director of Music at Rochester Cathedral, has been published.
Today we have launched our Poverty and Hope Appeal 2022. Our annual invitation to tackle poverty around the world.
Saturday 14 May, was a day of great rejoicing, as 14 new Lay Ministers were licensed at Rochester Cathedral by Bishop Simon.
The Mobility Group at St Mary Shortlands, is one way churches across the Diocese are being a loving presence in peoples sporting and wellbeing lives.
With Sports Sunday taking place on 15 May, churches across the Diocese are exploring ways they can be a positive and encouraging presence in people's sporting lives.
The Diocese has developed a new package of wraparound support to equip church teams to encourage generous giving in their local context.
The Spring 2022 edition of the Diocesan magazine, Together, is now available - sharing everyday faith stories from around the Diocese,
St Alban's Church in Dartford held their first British Sign Language service on Easter Sunday.
'It matters more deeply than any question we could pose, whether Jesus rose from the dead or not.' Bishop Simon has delivered his Easter Day sermon at Rochester Cathedral