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Bishop Rob Commissioning Revd Sally Baily
/ 27 September 2016

St Margaret’s church in Edgware welcomes its new vicar

The Bishop of Edmonton has joined the congregation at St Margaret’s, Edgware, for the licensing of the Reverend Sally Baily as Vicar.


Celebrations at Christ Church Brondesbury
/ 27 September 2016

150th anniversary celebrations at Christ Church, Brondesbury

Christ Church Brondesbury, celebrates its 150th anniversary, and is home to the St Laurence’s Larder, a food bank and restaurant for those who struggle to make ends meet.


Young people enjoy having their back packs blessed.
/ 27 September 2016

430 commissioned during blessing of the backpacks at All Saints Fulham

All Saints Fulham church has commissioned 430 people including, 150 children. and blessed backpacks and other items essential to daily life.


Story telling from the bible can be enriching for everyone.
/ 27 September 2016

Five tips on telling a Bible story

Telling a Bible story seems to have gone out of fashion in youth groups. Alex Taylor explains why he thinks we should bring them back, and give some tips on telling a story.


Fund my church collection buckets
/ 26 September 2016

Fundraising the easy way

Carol Ward highlights fundraising training for parishes and tips on how to develop better campaigns in your church.


St Paul's Hammersmith
/ 26 September 2016

Orient drawn by lure of the Diocese

Chinese government officials see the high environmental standards of St Paul’s Hammersmith and learn about how the Diocese is reducing CO2.


Teenagers Hanging Out In Urban Environment
/ 21 September 2016

These are ‘my’ young people

When we talk about ‘our’ young people, are we assuming too much responsibility for them? James Fawcett considers how thinking like this affects our ministry.


Ordinations at St Paul's Cathedral
/ 20 September 2016

London doing its bit to fulfil ambitions for 50% more trainee priests by 2020

A report published today by the CofE highlights the importance of encouraging people from different backgrounds and walks of life into ordination in order to train enough clergy for the future.


The Character of Fashion launch at St Sepulchre's
/ 16 September 2016

The Character of Fashion takes to the catwalk

A powerful new book which investigates what the fashion industry can learn from God in order to change how it views the world and operates has been launched at St Sepulchre’s Holborn.


Messy Church
/ 16 September 2016

Has she been a good girl?

Anna Giles explores the idea of partnering with parents in faith development, and how we can help parents get beyond the hope that children are ‘good’ at Sunday School.


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