Islanders say they are angry about how money is spent after fees are charged for administering the estates of the deceased.Read the full story ›
In an open letter written to islanders they say "to assist in the death of another is essentially to assist in their suicide"'Read the full story ›
Canon Andrew White - better known as the 'Vicar of Baghdad' - flew to Alderney after saying he was called upon to do so, by God.Read the full story ›
The politicians tasked with reviewing Jersey's same sex marriage law will today publish their full report.Read the full story ›
Places of worship will not be forced to conduct same-sex marriages, if an amendment to the draft marriage law is passed.Read the full story ›
A leading Christian campaigner from Guernsey who says she was raped by a priest in the 1990s is calling on others victims to come forward.Read the full story ›
The Vice-Dean of Guernsey, the Revd. Mike Keirle, has been appointed as the new Dean of Jersey. He'll start his new role in September.Read the full story ›
Guernsey’s Vice-Dean says the Church of England has much to repent towards the LGBTQ community.Read the full story ›
The Dean of Jersey, The Very Reverend Robert Key, is stepping down from the role.
The island's head of the Anglican church will leave at the end of February 2017, to become part of the Archbishops’ Evangelism Task Group.
He will also be part of the team working on a new strategy for mission and evangelism.
While I’m sorry that Bob and Daphne will be leaving our immediate fellowship, I’m delighted that his particular gifts in evangelism will continue to be available both in the wider life of our Church in the UK and within the Diocese of Bath & Wells. During his time in Jersey, he has been instrumental in helping to build the confidence of our Church, both in its witness and service of the wider community. We are all deeply grateful for all that Bob and Daphne have given so generously of themselves in the support and encouragement of others.
The woman at the centre of an abuse probe, involving Jersey's Anglican Church, has rejected a formal apology from the Bishop of Winchester.Read the full story ›