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Blessing of the Fisheries
One of Folkestone's oldest and most colourful traditions took place on 25th June.

15 June 2017

One of Folkestone's oldest and most colourful traditions takes place on Sunday, 25th June, with the procession from St. Peter's Church and the histor
Open Blessing of the Fisheries

‘Kent is Delicious’ finalists
Hoath Primary, St. George’s CEP and Teynham CEP.

19 June 2017 

Three schools named as finalists in ‘Kent is Delicious’ cookery competition 

Three schools will compete in live final at Kent County Show
Competition was open to all
Open ‘Kent is Delicious’ finalists

Sharp increase in trainee priests
A 14% increase in numbers training for the priesthood has been welcomed by the Church of England.

An anticipated total of 543 men and women will begin studies this Autumn. An increase of 17% in women coming forward for ordination was welcomed by
Open Sharp increase in trainee priests

Diocesan safeguarding audit published
An independent audit of the safeguarding arrangements for Canterbury Diocese has been published.

The Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) has been commissioned to undertake an audit of the safeguarding arrangements of each diocese of the Ch
Open Diocesan safeguarding audit published

Forum explores ‘outdoor worship’
With no mains water or electricity, Wychling church was the ideal venue to think about the resources we use.

13 June 2017

Meeting God in Nature, as Environment Forum explores ‘outdoor worship’

A wet and windy day in June did not deter th
Open Forum explores ‘outdoor worship’

Great Get Together and Refugee Week
Two national initiatives aimed at bringing people together in June.

13 June 2017 

Church events set to mark The Great Get Together and Refugee Week in June

Great Get Together picnic in Dane John Gardens, Canterbury
Refugee Week film sh
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Positive impact of ‘green’ pilgrimage
Canterbury hosts meeting of European experts on pilgrimage.Conference highlights positive impact of ‘green’ pilgrimage for Kent

18 May 2017

Canterbury hosts meeting of European experts on pilgrimage
Pilgrimage the fastest growing secto
Open Positive impact of ‘green’ pilgrimage

Winning design
Sharon from Year R in Frittenden Church of England Primary School, Diocese of Canterbury came runner up in The Real Easter Egg ‘Draw Easter’ competition.

In the competition, children were asked to draw an A4 picture showing how they visualised
Open Winning design

Nine Days of Prayer
May 26th – June 3rd 2017. The Pocket Prayers – small booklets for personal and group use – are now with your churches. Read more »
Open Nine Days of Prayer

Pray as You Go: 29 May
On 29 May the ChYP's team are inviting the Diocese to come on a walk.

It's a Bank Holiday, the sun is shining (we hope)… so what are you going to do?

On 29 May the ChYP's team are inviting the Diocese to come on a walk - to enjoy good company
Open Pray as You Go: 29 May

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