Our cathedral was the venue for the national launch of GraveTalk, a Church of England project to help people talk more openly about death, dying and funerals. Dozens of visitors were given the chance to use a pack of GraveTalk conversation starters at a giant free cafe, serving tea and cake throughout the afternoon and evening. To see the photos, click here. For more details, click here
Bishop Christopher joined forces with satirical comedian Hugh Dennis to relaunch one of our diocese's schools. St George's C of E Primary School was re-opening after a £1.2m project to transform the building. The day-long celebration happened, appropriately enough, on St George's Day. Read more about it here.
A pioneering partnership between a church and school will see them share a new children’s and families’ worker. Debbie Boyt will start working with children and families at St Paul’s Church, Sarisbury Green, and Sarisbury C of E Junior School in May. Click here to read the full story.
The Easter story was brought to life for schoolchildren through a series of interactive workshops. Year 3 pupils from Horndean C of E Junior School visited All Saints’ Church in Catherington over two days to find out more about the significance of Holy Week and Easter. Click here to read the full story.
Read about the launch of a new project to help us talk about death; plus the Isle of Wight centre giving young people high-octane adventure holidays; and the vicar who saw God working powerfully in India here.
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