Worshippers held a Sunday service in a car park instead of their church on Sunday after a fire destroyed their historic building.
It’s claimed that Anglican churches are charging telecom companies too much money to allow them to improve broadband and mobile connectivity in rural areas by installing phone masts on spires.
The head of a Christian charity in Colombia has said he’s praying for peace as the public heads to the polls to vote for the country’s new president on Sunday.
One of Pope Francis’s new cardinals has warned how “extremist Islam” is being introduced in Madagascar.
Pope Francis has denounced abortion as the "white glove" equivalent of the Nazi-era eugenics programme and urged families to accept the children that God gives them.
A church in Sunbury plans to feed 5,000 people on Sunday.
A Christian woman said she was furious when she learned a curry delivery driver tore down a palm crucifix off the wall of her house.
US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has cited the Bible to defend the government separating children from their parents at the US border.
A mother who was convinced by voices in her head to throw her 18-month-old son from the sixth floor of a block of flats to his death has been given an indefinite hospital order.
A large fire has torn through a disused nightclub and an adjoining church in South Wales.
Conservative Christian admits UC had it's problems but says it does encourage work, despite NAO's report.
Police are investigating an historical allegation of child sex abuse against a late priest linked to a high-profile murder trial.
A Pakistani Christian woman who was imprisoned under her country's blasphemy laws has been remembered on the ninth anniversary of her captivity.
Guests from the worlds of science and showbiz have arrived at Westminster Abbey for a memorial service in honour of Professor Stephen Hawking.
From Coventry Cathedral to the Angel of the North, the ten places that tell the history of England's art, architecture and sculpture have been unveiled.
A roll out of the Government's flagship benefit programme has been described as a "slow car crash" by the Methodist Church, amid a damning report by the spending watchdog into Universal Credit (UC).
Councillors and local government workers can now join a national prayer network.
Lord Alderdice, the former speaker of the Northern Ireland Assembly, has left the Presbyterian Church of Ireland in opposition at leaders rebuking a sister church in Scotland over attitudes towards same-sex relationships.
Tears flowed during a poignant church service in memory of the 72 victims of the Grenfell Tower fire, with words of comfort spoken to a packed congregati
As excitement for the World Cup gets underway, a charity that advocates for persecuted Christians has asked for people to remember the plight of Christians in seven countries competing and to pray for them.