It's more than a month now since a Hampshire community Church was all but destroyed by a devastating fire.
All Saints Church in Fleet suffered major damage to the roof, and is still open to the elements.
But since then, residents have come together to raise money to re-build their place of worship, and are determined to achieve their goal.
The local Vicar says it shows that the Christian community spirit is alive and well. Cary Johnston reports.
The consecration will take place at Canterbury Cathedral today of two women bishops, including the Church of England's most senior female bishop.
The Rev Canon Dame Sarah Mullally, 53, a former government chief nursing officer, will be consecrated as the Bishop of Crediton in the Diocese of Exeter.
The Canterbury Cathedral Girls' Choir - which only formed at the Kent cathedral last year - will lead the singing at the ceremony.
Former speech and language therapist Ms Treweek, who was Archdeacon of Hackney,officially becomes the Church's first female diocesan bishop.
It is understood the 52-year-old, who describes herself in her Twitter profile as "more vulnerable than venerable", will become the first woman bishop to enter the House of Lords.
Her appointment, which comes after the Right Rev Michael Perham retired in November, means she is the first woman to run a diocese and is one rank below archbishop.
Muslims across our region have been taking part in Eid - the festival that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
After weeks of fasting between dawn and dusk, it is a chance to feast and celebrate.
Richard Slee has been in Reading, to see how one group of volunteers are marking the special occasion:
A West Sussex priest, found dead in woodland, was 'much-loved' and his death is a 'profound blow"'to the community, a bishop said.
Rev Christopher Loveless, of St Margaret's Church in Warnham, was found hanged in woodland near his home.
The 53-year-old is said to have been "struggling with stress" at the time of his death. Police said there were no suspicious circumstances.
Bishop of Horsham Mark Sowerby paid tribute to the priest as tearful parishioners attended Sunday service.
He said: "It is impossible for me to put into words the loss this represents to his family, his parents and all of us. Christopher was a talented, experienced parish priest, much-loved in this parish where he had served since 1999.
"His sudden death comes as a profound blow, not only to his family but to many present who loved and admired him and all who benefited from his gentle, pastoral care."
For the first time Church of England ministers are to be trained in Portsmouth. The Diocese will see a new centre created for clergy and lay ministers - it will mean they won't need to be sent away to theological college.
Well, it's one of the biggest acts of religious observance in the world. Across the globe, 1.6 billion Muslims have been marking the month of Ramadan by fasting, praying and giving to charity.
Now, non-Muslims are being encouraged to find out more about Ramadan, and to share in its ancient customs.
Sam Holder has more details
The Reverend of Southampton's oldest black church is praying for those affected by the Charleston Church massacre.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of volunteers have spent the day arranging thousands of flowers at Winchester Cathedral.
A four-day festival starts tomorrow - and Simon Parkin has been along for a special preview.
A vicar of a church in Fleet has said he is shocked, devastated and horrified by a fire which ripped through the building yesterday.
The roof of All Saints Church was engulfed in flames last night as black smoke billowed over the town. The interior of the building was destroyed. A teenager is under arrest on suspicion of arson.
But as firefighters dampen down and investigate the cause, the congregation is sharing memories of the building and vowing to rebuild.
Watch Emma Wilkinson's report:
Actress Pam Ferris had an unusual starring role in her home village in Kent today.
It involved a touch of the high life - climbing to the top of the church bell tower to announce the opening of the local summer festival.
Our reporter Andy Dickenson spoke to her, festival organiser Julie Woodgate and Gillian Radcliff of St Mary's Church.