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In his video blog for Lent 2015 Stephen Cottrell, the Bishop of Chelmsford, discusses experiencing those things which seem to be essential as provisional, giving them up and learning dependence on God; and then, after a holy fast, appreciating God's ...
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17 February 2015
The people and parishes of the Church of England have been urged in a Pastoral Letter from the House of Bishops to consider a vital question.
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Bishop Stephen's Easter message fb.me/4bBJVmpo9
Here's our Easter E-bulletin - eepurl.com/bh8rbX which includes an Easter video blog from @CottrellStephen
Chelmsford Christian Bookshop alfresco on Maundy Thursday from 10.00am 53 New Street eepurl.com/bixqjH
#Easter garden @CCathedral looking lovely this morning, despite the windy weather. @chelmsdio #Chelmsford pic.twitter.com/8CejZuv9wc
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Our newspaper, The Month, is distributed free to every parish in the diocese.
The Month includes Notice Board every other month, a pull-out supplement containing our Cycle of Prayer and Comings and Goings.
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Parishes are actively addressing four strategic priorities for 2012-2027.
Diocesan Synod responded warmly to an exhibition about Transforming Presence.
These priorities are explained in a publication and on a dedicated website called Transforming Presence.
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