The first female Bishop of Taunton will be officially consecrated in a service at St Paul's Cathedral at 11am this morning.
Ruth Worsley was previously Archdeacon of Wiltshire.
She will be formally installed in her new post in a ceremony at Wells Cathedral at 2pm Saturday 3 October, which will be open to all.
Thousands of Muslims have come together to take part in Bristol's largest ever Eid celebration.
Worshippers from mosques across the city united in one venue for morning prayers on what is the most important festival in the Islamic calendar.
Eid-al-Adha is the Festival of Sacrifice. Where Muslims start the day with prayer before spending time with their family.
The use of the warehouse was donated by a local Hindu man, Rajendra Rajani - in a display of how a community can work together.
Arif Khan, who is the chair of the Council of Bristol Mosques says he is overjoyed that this is a united Eid that has brought all the different communities in the city together.
A former government advisor and Muslim community leader has appeared at Bristol Crown Court charged with a number of rapes, assaults and threats to kill.
Farooq Siddique, who has previously advised the government on tackling extremism, has been charged with three counts of raping a woman in Bristol between 2009 and 2014, as well as assaulting the same woman in Cheltenham in 2010 and in Gloucester between 2013 and 2015.
He told the court he would plead "absolutely not guilty" and was given bail. A plea and directions hearing has been scheduled for 8th February next year and his trial is due to start on 4th April.
Truro Cathedral has begun a £3.2 million appeal to repair its roof. The Cathedral is asking for people to 'Sign a Slate'. Sixty thousand of them are needed to restore the roof and each one will record the donor's name. for the hundred years or more the restored roof should last. The Cathedral already has a Government grant of half a million pounds towards the project. The work is expected to take five years.
It is people that form the heart of the cathedral and so it was very important to us to find a way for everyone to get involved and feel part of this important restoration project.
A Bath church will be out of action for months after being badly damaged in a fire.
More than 40 firefighters were called to St Mary's Catholic Church in Julian Road yesterday evening, 24 July. Investigators are examining CCTV to help find out how it started.
The fire was in the porch but much of the building and roof was affected by heat, water and smoke damage.
The diocese of Clifton promises that the 19th century building will be repaired but services will be held in the parish hall until somewhere more suitable can be found.
A fire at a church in Bath has been contained to a small section of the roof and is believed to be under control.
Crews are now working to remove roof tiles and damp down the scene but there have been no reports of any injuries.
Julian Road will remain closed and motorists are advised to avoid the area.
An investigation into the cause of the fire will take place later this evening.
Eight fire engines, including a turntable ladder are currently tackling a fire involving a church on Julian Road in Bath.
Four water jets are being used to bring the fire under control.
Firefighters have been working to fight the fire which is believed to involve the roof.
The incident is likely to cause disruption to traffic so motorists are advised to avoid the area.
Five fire engines are reported to be tackling a fire at a church on Julian Road in Bath.
Crews from Bath, Kingswood and Brislington have been sent to the scene.
Firefighters are currently working to fight the fire which is believed to involve the roof space.
The incident is likely to cause disruption to traffic so motorists have been advised to avoid the area.
More updates to follow.
Four crews currently dealing with a fire involving a church on Julian Road, Bath. Likely to cause traffic disruption so please avoid area.
Devon's will have its first ever woman bishop consecrated today by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Dame Sarah Mullally is the fourth woman bishop to be appointed by the Church of England and the first in Devon and Cornwall.
Exeter Cathedral will be holding a special welcome service for Bishop Sarah on 12th September 2015, the day before she officially starts her new role.