The Bridge newspaper is published 10 times a year on the first working day of each month (with double editions in July and December). During the Coronavirus pandemic The Bridge is being published online only, and you can read it at: southwark.anglican.org/the-bridge.
If you have a story to share or an event to publicise, please e-mail [email protected].
Please note that copy may be edited for reasons of space or clarity – stories are usually a maximum of 350 words. It would also be helpful if you could include an image to illustrate your piece (images of children or vulnerable adults must be cleared for publication with parents or carers).
Noticeboard is a newsletter of events and notices happening in and around the Diocese. It is e-mailed to clergy, lay ministers and other subscribers 10 times a year on the first working day of each month (with double editions in July and December).
If you or someone you know wishes to subscribe, or if you have an event to publicise, please e-mail [email protected].
The eBulletin is e-mailed to subscribers on the 15th of every month, or the nearest working day, and contains last-minute reminders of events and notices. Clergy and Incumbent-status Clergy can subscribe at http://eepurl.com/cGBKUT; Assistant Clergy, Lay Ministers and others can subscribe at http://eepurl.com/gCtAKb.
If you have an event to publicise, please e-mail [email protected].
Hearts on Fire blog
The Hearts on Fire blog was first commissioned by Bishop Christopher in 2015 to share good news stories from around the Diocese and has been published at least once a week ever since.
The Diocese in Pictures
The Communications Team keeps a photographic record of major events in our shared Diocesan life, which is available to all parishes on Flickr at flickr.com/photos/southwarkcofe.
The Diocesan website
We endeavour to keep the website up to date at all times. If you spot something that needs updating, or you experience difficulties in accessing information, please e-mail [email protected] and one of the team will follow it up.
Dealing with the press
The Communications Team also manages the public face of the Diocese. In its press work, the team aims to keep the local and national media informed of good news stories in and around the Diocese, and helps to manage the not-so-good news at both Diocesan and parish level.
If you would like assistance in reaching out to the press with a good news story or you would like advice on how to respond to a press request, please e-mail [email protected] or telephone one of the team.
If you need help in managing more difficult news or would like to discuss a confidential communications matter, please e-mail the Communications Director at [email protected].