Gay activist Saima Razzaq gives her opinion of the Birmingham schools protest controversy.
Unveiling follows funding campaign aided by university.
Traditional Christmas service Nine Lessons and Carols at St Alban’s, Highgate.
Richard Lutz peeks into two churches on walks near Birmingham.
Faiths unite to help Mayor tackle key issues.
Event aims to build togetherness through faith.
St Chad’s and St. Philip’s turn red for church campaign group.
Remembrance Day service details announced.
Sign-up to be part of West Midlands multi-faith conference.
Anniversary gift marks forty years in the community.
Convictions follow investigation into pilgrimage fraud.
Charity Commission issues advice on supporting genuine registered charities.
Easter, you can’t say it often enough for some people says Steve Beauchampé.
Call to help homeless charities.
75th anniversary celebrations announced.
Shopping giant co-operates with feeding poor and needy during Ramadan.
Confidante to the stars Sir Howard Elston answers your queries.
Relief programme co-ordinator highlights “horrific and worsening situation”.
Coventry University researchers set out to understand the psychology of religion.
Professor Lord Howard Elston (DOA), our medical editor and a retired brain surgeon, offers this latest report from the hallowed halls of medicine (UK style)
National Memorial Arboretum to hold service in memory of genocide victims.
New Birmingham ‘fellowship of niceness’ opens.
Dave Woodhall on Villa, spirituality and the League Cup.
Perhaps if more of us ‘chose’ happiness over misery, mind over matter might work.
Laurence Inman isn’t impressed by the missionary’s position
Coventry University is set to lead a Europe-wide project which aims to put an end to the illegal practice of female genital mutilation (FGM), after it was awarded funding to continue research into the issue.
This summer Birmingham’s Southside district will be getting in touch with its inner Chi with a programme of uplifting Tai Chi classes in the Arcadian.
Gordon takes an elliptical journey down a jungle path that has an end.
This year’s National British-Pakistani Conference featured an address on education and empowerment by Ziauddin Yousafzai, whose daughter Malala was shot by the Taliban