Warwickshire’s women are an example to everyone, Bishop tells Lords

The Bishop of Coventry, The Right Reverend Christopher Cocksworth, visited Rugby today (Friday), to meet residents from the Borough and find out more about Rugby.
The Bishop of Coventry, The Right Reverend Christopher Cocksworth, visited Rugby today (Friday), to meet residents from the Borough and find out more about Rugby.
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The Bishop of Coventry, the Right Reverend Dr Christopher Cocksworth, has used his maiden speech in the House of Lords to pay tribute to the vital role of women in Warwickshire.

He said: “The Church will need their like to guide its life as our bishops in the future.”

Bishop Christopher spoke about women who work tirelessly and with great skill for the good of their communities.

He began by paying tribute to his “excellent women clergy colleagues who give of themselves with extraordinary dedication to the people of Coventry and Warwickshire”.

Bishop Christopher added: “The common life of Coventry and Warwickshire depends on the leadership of women in every other sphere – in political and civic life, in business activity and public institutions, in the arts and sport, and in the myriad of charities and agencies that care for those in need and raise the quality of our life together.”