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Capital Vision 2020

Through Capital Vision we imagine a Church for London that is Christ-centred and outward looking. We seek to be more confident in speaking and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ, more compassionate in serving communities with the love of God the Father and more creative in reaching new people and places in the power of the Spirit.

Grace Church Highlands 10th Anniversary
/ 16 January 2017

Grace Church Highlands in Enfield celebrates 10th birthday

Grace Church Highlands, Enfield, recently celebrated its 10th birthday with a special birthday service led by the Bishop of Islington.

Frontline Fridays Logo
/ 13 January 2017

Coming soon: Frontline Fridays

This year we will be asking our Ambassadors for Christ to share their stories of how they try to live and speak the gospel in their everyday lives.

St Paul's Bow Common and Muslim Aid
/ 23 December 2016

East end comes together for food drive to help homeless

The Vicar of St Paul’s Church, Bow Common recently joined leaders of the East London Muslim community in a display of support for their hugely successful food drive for the homeless charity, Crisis.

Bishop Rob Wickham with a guest at St Dionis Night Shelter in Parsons Green
/ 21 December 2016

Winter night shelters change the lives of both guests and volunteers

Bishop Rob writes about how church-run winter night shelters in London are helping 1,300 homeless men and women and contributing an estimated £4 million worth of social support to the capital.

Food being served at St Dionis Night Shelter
/ 21 December 2016

Bishop of Edmonton highlights role of church night shelters in London

In his first outing as night shelter ambassador for Housing Justice, the Bishop of Edmonton, Rob Wickham, helped serve Christmas dinner to 35 guests.

Image from Museum of the Bible YouTube video
/ 21 December 2016

West End Church exploring Museum of the Bible partnership

St Mary le Strand in Westminster has begun a consultation about a possible partnership with the Museum of the Bible from Washington DC.

Great sport with St Luke's Chelsea and Epic CIC.
/ 15 December 2016

Epic Sports at St Luke’s Chelsea

Epic ideas to run a sports filled holiday club, after the very successful children’s programme run by St Luke’s Chelsea.

The BLMF Apprenticeship Team
/ 15 December 2016

More BLMF apprentices join the team

More apprentices join the Bishop of London’s Mission Fund team across the London Diocese.

Refugees and Migrants are Welcome
/ 14 December 2016

Church calls on clergy to open their doors to refugees

Capital Mass calls on clergy to house refugees and migrants who are destitute and without opportunities whilst their immigration or asylum case to be resolved.

The Revd Emma Smith, Associate Vicar at St Luke’s and Christ Church in Chelsea.
/ 8 December 2016

What Can Church Learn From The Olympics?

The Revd Emma Smith suggests what the church can do to learn from the sporting achievements of 2016.

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