The diocese covers the whole of the north-western quarter of
Wales, taking in the old counties of Anglesey, Caernarfon,
Meirionnydd and the northern portion of Montgomeryshire, and is
THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND IN
The Diocese of Blackburn (The Church of England in
Lancashire) was founded in 1926 by the then Bishop of Manchester,
William Temple. Bishop Wi...
The Diocese of Chelmsford
The Diocese of Chelmsford is a Church of England region of more
than 1500 square miles that stretches from the east coast to the
Thames and ranges from countryside to town...
Diocese of Derby
We believe that Derbyshire is a great place in which to live and
minister and further details of our latest vacancies can be found
by following the link below to our website.
Diocese of Edinburgh
The Diocese of Edinburgh has over fifty churches
within its boundaries. Although half of these churches are within
the city of Edinburgh, the Diocese also covers a far-reaching...
About the Diocese of Lichfield
Located in the heart of England, Lichfield Diocese serves a
population of two million people across Staffordshire, the northern
half of Shropshire,...
The Diocese was reputedly founded in 560
The Diocese of Llandaff is a Church in Wales diocese. It is
headed by the Bishop of Llandaff, whose seat is located at the
Cathedral Church of Saint Peter a...
The Diocese of Manchester is the Church of England in Bolton,
Bury, Leigh, Manchester, Oldham, Rochdale, Rossendale, Salford, and
parts of Stockport, Tameside, Trafford and Wigan boroughs.
Which is one of the six dioceses of the Church in Wales. It
covers the south east corner of Wales, from Monmouth south to
Chepstow, westwards along the 'M4 corridor' to Newport and...
We look forward to offering
you a warm welcome to our Diocese!
From King's Lynn to Great
Yarmouth, the Diocese covers most of the beautiful county of
Norfolk together with north-east Suffo...
About the Diocese of Oxford
The Diocese of Oxford's unique combination of buildings,
volunteers, voluntary giving and involvement in the lives of the
community make it the largest self-funded vol...
The earliest known
image of Christ is probably that found in the floor of a Roman
villa at Hinton St Mary in Dorset and now in the British Museum.
The life of the Church in this beautiful part of t...
The Anglican Diocese of St Asaph in the north-east corner of
Wales stretches from the borders of Chester in the east, to the
Conwy valley in the west, to Bala in the south-west, and Newtown in
The Diocese of St Davids covers the historic
extent of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire, together
with a small part of western Glamorgan. The episcopal see is the
Cathedral Church of ...
St Edmundsbury & Ipswich
The Diocese of St Edmundsbury and Ipswich was founded in 1914
and includes the county of Suffolk, except for an area of North
East Suffolk around Lowestoft, a...
The Diocese was created in 1923 from the ancient Diocese of St.
David's and comprises most of the former counties of Brecon and
Radnor together with the City of Swansea, the Swansea valley
The Diocese of York is a
family of 607 churches and 127 schools and academies in 470
parishes, stretching from the Humber to the Tees and the A1 to the
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