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Archbishop Andrew to preach at the 369th Festival Service

The Most Revd Andrew John, Archbishop of Wales will give the sermon on Tuesday 7 May 2024.

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What did we achieve in 2022?

We walked alongside over 2,300 clergy households across the UK, Ireland and Europe last year, through our grants and services.

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Shortlisted for Charity of the Year

Thank you to the Association of Charitable Organisations, for nominating us for their 2023 Charity of the Year Award.

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Bishop Humphrey to give Annual Assembly keynote

The Rt Revd Humphrey Southern, Principal of Ripon College Cuddesdon, will join the 2023 Annual Assembly (AGM).

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Support our work with clergy children

The Clergy Orphan Corporation Fund, part of Clergy Support Trust has been there for clergy children for hundreds of years, and we'd deeply appreciate your support.

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Save The Date: 2023 Annual Assembly (AGM)

Governors are invited to our Annual Assembly on 16 November 2023, at Southwark Cathedral.

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Launching our clergy Wellbeing Workshops

Our new, free Wellbeing Workshops have been developed by Anglican clergy, for Anglican clergy, to help support their mental health and ministry.

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Clergy Orphan Donations

The bank account details for the Clergy Orphan Corporation Fund have changed. If you generously support this fund, please inform your bank.

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Campfires and tobogganing at children's camp

We're privileged to help fund Family Max, a chance for clergy children in Bath and Wells to make new friends.

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368th Festival Service held on 9 May 2023

Historic Choral Festival dating back to Charles II among first events held following coronation of King Charles III.

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The Rt Revd Rachel Treweek's sermon at the 2023 Festival

"It is in these places that Clergy Support Trust shines a light and adds their voice to the ‘and yet’ of God’s hope".

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Visiting choirs welcomed to 368th Festival

The choirs of Leicester, Llandaff and St Paul's cathedrals perform together to celebrate clergy households.

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