Christian campaigners have given their backing to a new initiative aimed at ending loneliness and have encouraged everyone to do their part in tackling the issue.
A greetings card showing a vicar sat on the toilet has been pulled from shop shelves after complaints from customers.
The leader of Catholics in England and Wales says those without faith who "pick up stones to throw at things they don't understand" are a bigger obstacle to social cohesion than people of faith.
The Salvation Army raised £209.008 million last year from a combination of fundraising and government sources.
A Church of England inquiry into child abuse allegations against one of its most respected bishops almost 60 years after his death has been criticised as deficient by an independent review.
Catholic aid charity CAFOD has expressed deep concern at the escalation in violence in South Sudan, as the conflict entered its fifth year on Friday.
The number of people who say they will attend a Christmas carol service this year is 25 per cent lower than it was a few years ago, new research has found.
An Australian inquiry into child abuse has recommended the Catholic Church lift its demand of celibacy from clergy and clarify the extent that the seal of the confession conceals evidence of child abuse.
A review into the Church of England's handling of the case of the late bishop George Bell will reportedly criticise the inquiry that led to him being named as a paedophile as inadequate.
It was a difficult time to be a journalist in 2017 reporting news of war, mass-shootings, persecution and terror attacks.However, over the year Premier was able to cover stories that made people hopeful, chuckle and even praise the Lord!
A Christian consultant has praised a national advertising authority for its decision to crack down on gender stereotypes in ads.
Historic churches and chapels in England, Wales, Scotland are set to benefit from £680,000 of rescue funding from the National Churches Trust, the UK's church buildings support charity.
The bells of a Swiss church will be heard throughout the night once again after a federal court overturned a legal decision to limit them to hourly peals.
A judge has warned Sir Cliff Richard that details of his personal finances might be revealed during a High Court battle with the BBC.
Safe Families for Children, a charity supporting vulnerable families and working to reduce the flow of children entering into care, has been given an award for helping more than 4800 children in the UK.
Prime Minister Theresa May has received a Bible charred by Islamic State (IS).
Church leaders are challenging a court decision that their Christmas adverts should not be displayed by a local bus operator owing to their Christian content.
The Chaldean Bishop of Aleppo has been speaking to Premier about life for Christians a year since the fall of Aleppo.
The face of a 17th century Scottish prisoner of war who died after being captured by Cromwell's troops has been revealed using the latest digital technology.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has called for a Christmas truce in the increasingly bitter Brexit row.