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/ 17 August 2016

Calling all mums for Ambassadors 2020

We’re inviting mothers from across the Diocese to take an evening out of daily life, and to think about what it means to be Christ’s ambassador as a mum.


Sport at grass roots level, run by churches
/ 17 August 2016

Be Inspired by the Olympics!

Matthew Hall has found inspiration from watching the Rio Olympics and highlights how churches can get more involved in sports with a selection of groups in London.


Priest doing craft work
/ 17 August 2016

Community involvement boosts grant applications

Carol Ward, the Parish Fundraising Manager highlights ways in which your church can boost grant applications.


Michael Palin (© John Swannell)
/ 16 August 2016

50 Things to do in a Church

‘50 Things to do in a Church’ celebrates the many uses of church buildings, some of which are in London.


Reaching Out Inviting In
/ 16 August 2016

Reaching out, Inviting in – Churches Helping Communities

Details of the Ecclesiastical Insurance “Reaching out, Inviting in – Churches Helping Communities” Competition 2016.


Sole Sports Rugby in action.
/ 16 August 2016

Heart and Sole in Sport

Ritchie Hunter from All Soul’s Langham Place discusses the history of Sole Sports and its aims in helping the sport people find church.


Petes Dragon resources from Ethos Media
/ 15 August 2016

Free Resources for Disney’s Pete’s Dragon

Ethos Media are offering free tools to help anyone reflect on the new Disney film, Pete’s Dragon.


St Mary Magdalene Paddington
/ 12 August 2016

Paddington community and heritage hub hits major funding milestone

An innovative scheme to create a community and heritage hub in the heart of Westbourne Green in Paddington has reached a major milestone as the Heritage Lottery Fund awarded the project a £3.6m grant.


Artist rendering of St Marylebone after work
/ 12 August 2016

St Marylebone: Changing Lives wins Heritage Lottery Fund Support

St Marylebone Parish Church has been awarded £2.9m as part of an £8m proposal to extend and reorder its crypt to become a community hub and carry out major structural repairs and conservation work.


The young people of N:Serve - Courtesy of Matthew Creber
/ 11 August 2016

17 families helped in joint Haringey project

Holy Trinity Church Tottenham, through its social project, The Wellside, ran activities for 17 families at a community inspired picnic.


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