Children’s book on Pugin

    A very well worth place to visit is the St Augustine’s & Pugin: Shrine & Visitor Centre celebrating the place where St Augustine landed in 597AD to bring the Gospel to England and where the great Victorian architect, Augustus Pugin, lived, worked and built his personal church. A new small book for children called Mr […]

Announcing our 2018 Annual Symposium and AGM in Worcester

You are warmly invited to join with us on Saturday 13th October 2018 from 10.00am onwards in the Old Palace, Worcester, to share in an interactive workshop thinking about and discussing: Partnering: We cannot do it all on our own!  This will provide an opportunity to spend the day with a variety of practitioners, thinking and talking about […]

CVTA July Newsletter

Read the CVTA NEWSLETTER – JULY 2018 from our Chair, Canon John Brown. There is an update on what CVTA is doing on GDPR, a reminder that Membership Renewals are due. More exciting is an introduction to this year’s CVTA’s Symposium and AGM which is taking place on  Saturday 13 October 10.00am – 4.00pm at the The […]

‘Inspired Conference: Heritage Interpretation for Places of Worship’ on 27th February 2018, Durham Cathedral

Inspired will explore practical ways to use the heritage of your church to engage and inspire people, to tell relevant stories for today, to support mission and to improve churches’ overall sustainability. It will partly use the example of Durham Cathedral’s recently opened ‘Open Treasure’ exhibition, but will also draw on experience and practice from parish […]

Bells and Bikes: on the Tour de France big ring for Yorkshire and its churches

This is the story of how Yorkshire Churches were brought centre stage for the Tour de France when Yorkshire became the host for the 2014 Grand Départ. Rod Ismay has a passion (some would say obsession) for the Tour de France. If you think you know someone who is obsessed, think again, but fortunately Rod’s issues […]

To be a pilgrim…a weekend conference from the Methodist Church – 6-8 April 2018

Pilgrimage can offer so much to us as individual followers of Christ – and to our churches.  Open spaces, companionship on the journey, new ways of seeing a story or a landscape, a sense of adventure, sometimes an element of risk, the need to choose courage… Pilgrimage can help us to think radically about direction, […]