The Bishop of Winchester has sent the following pastoral letter to all clergy regarding current arrangements for episcopal oversight of the Channel Islands.
Pupils from Priory School in Christchurch have established a soup kitchen to offer food to local residents.
Amport Church of England (Aided) Primary School has been reported to be the number one Primary School in Hampshire for the second year running
Love Southampton, an initiative of the churches in the city, hosted a successful evening drawing together hundreds of people from across church denominations and Christian projects to pray for the city at the start of 2014.
Following the announcement that Bishop Peter Hancock has been appointed as the next Bishop of Bath and Wells, the Diocese will be saying farewell to him and his wife Jane during Evensong at 5.30 p.m. in Winchester Cathedral on Saturday 12 April followed by a Reception in the Cathedral.
It has been announced this morning that Peter Hancock, the Bishop of Basingstoke, will become the next Bishop of Bath and Wells. Bishop Peter will take up this appointment in the New Year.