The Gospel has brought hope, as it has done throughout the ages; and the Church has adapted and continued its ministry, often in new ways - such as digital forms of worship.The Queen's message to the Opening Session of the 11th General Synod
We pay tribute to the resilience and determination of the communities who joined together to rebuild.The Queen's message to mark the 20th anniversary of the 11th September attacks
A snapshot of celebrations which happened all over the UK on the weekend of 10-12 June
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Such acts of incomprehensible brutality, wherever they occur, are a barbaric assault on our shared humanity.The King's message following the bomb attack in Peshawar, Pakistan.
Published 1 February 2023
The Prince of Wales, President of the FA, visited England’s national football centre
In learning from the horrors of the Holocaust and the genocides which followed, we can all recommit to the vital principles of freedom of conscience, generosity of spirit, and care for others that are the surest defences of hope.A message from The King on Holocaust Memorial Day 2023
On this shared occasion, I send my warm congratulations to you allThe Queen's messages to those celebrating their 90th birthdays on 21 April
Ladies and Gentlemen, you have a great past: 5 Nobel Laureates and 525 years of academic excellence. Your future, I know, will be greater still and, as your very proud Chancellor, I will be cheering you on every step of the way.A speech by The Queen Consort at the University of Aberdeen
The true celebration of diversity involves reaching out, recognising and embracing difference, and in so doing enriching our lives.Commonwealth Day message, 11 March 2002
The Prince of Wales attended the United for Wildlife (UfW) Global Summit
The Prince and Princess of Wales visited the Copper Box Arena for a Coach Core event
The Prince and Princess of Wales visited Northern Ireland