The Traditions of Easter: Company of Servers event
The London Chapter of Company of Servers came together to reflect on the Easter message.
Servers from across the Diocese came together on 20 April at St Saviour’s Pimlico for a post-Easter meeting to reflect on how the Easter message might be played out in the wider world.
Blessing of rebuilt Sloane Street organ
The Bishop of London has led the blessing of the rebuilt organ at Holy Trinity Sloane Street.
The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, has been welcomed at Holy Trinity Church, Sloane Square, by the Revd Rob Gillion, the Earl Cadogan and over 300 members of the congregation, to dedicate and bless the church's newly refurbished organ.
Celebration of new CofE academies trust for London
The Bishop of London joined schools in celebration of a new CofE academies trust for London.
The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, has joined children, parents, staff and governors at St Michael's Church, Wood Green, to celebrate the formation of the London Diocesan Board for Schools (LDBS) Academies Trust. The service was also attended by the Mayor of Haringey, Councillor David Browne.
New building at Raine's Foundation School opened
The Bishop of London opens a new school building at Raine's Foundation School.
Raine's Foundation School, a Church of England school in East London, has reached a significant milestone in its redevelopment, with the official opening of a brand new school building by the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres.
Rise in young people attending church in London
London church attendance figures show 7% rise in young people and 15% rise in child baptisms.
Annual statistics released today by the Church of England show an increase in the number of children and young people attending churches in London.
New Archdeacon of Northolt installed at St Paul's
Church of England's former Olympic co-ordinator installed as Archdeacon of Northolt.
The Church of England's former Olympic and Paralympic Executive co-ordinator, the Ven Duncan Green, has been installed as Archdeacon of Northolt by the Bishop of London at a ceremony at St Paul's Cathedral.
Right to Movement Marathon
While over 35,000 people ran the London marathon on Sunday 21 April two of the City of London clergy ran a very different marathon in Bethlehem, Palestine.
Marathon-running group has raised over £30,000 for work toward a just peace for Palestine and UNWRA summer holiday camps for children in Gaza.
IF campaign convenes experts on food security
JustShare convenes expert on food security in support of the IF campaign
JustShare, a coalition of churches and other development agencies, held a topical debate at St James's Church, Piccadilly.
Bishop of Fulham licensed
Bishop Jonathan Baker has been licensed in a special service presided over by the Bishop of London.
The new Bishop of Fulham, the Rt Revd Jonathan Baker, has been formally licensed at St Dunstan-in-the-West, City of London.
Clergy run London Marathon for good causes
London clergy don their running shoes to raise money for good causes
This Sunday (21 April), three London Diocese clergymen will don their trainers and take to the streets of London to participate in the 33rd annual London Marathon.
Legacy of Huguenots celebrated at Spitalfields
The Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, joined over 350 attendees at Christ Church Spitalfields for a special thanksgiving service to celebrate the heritage of the Huguenots.
The service is part of the wider festival being held to celebrate the contribution of the Huguenots to Spitalfields and to raise funds for a permanent memorial commemorating their life and work.
G8 religious leaders' development goals call
Religious leaders from across the G8 countries have called on heads of governments to follow the UK in fulfilling existing commitments to spend 0.7% of national income on aid.
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