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The Revd Vicente Msossa, Bishop-elect of Niassa and his wife Anastacia and family
/ 20 October 2016

A New Bishop of Niassa

The ALMA team have issued updated news on the new Bishop of Niassa.

/ 20 October 2016

Four centuries of Huguenots in London marked with mulberry tree

Over 400 years of Huguenot heritage have been commemorated this week with the presentation of a mulberry tree to the Spitalfields community where many Huguenots were baptised, married and buried.

The Revd Craig Holmes with his Centurion Autumn 100 medal
/ 20 October 2016

Hanworth vicar’s 100 mile fundraising run

The Revd Craig Holmes, of St Richard’s Hanworth, recently completed the Centurion Autumn 100, a 100 mile run, raising over £2,000 to help transform his church into a modern hub for the community.

Performers Michael Ormiston and Candida Valentino at St Mary's Old Church Stoke Newington
/ 18 October 2016

The Old Church, Stoke Newington

The congregation of St Mary’s Stoke Newington collectively run arts projects in the Old Church building for the local vibrant and dynamic arts scene.

Will Coleridge licensed at St Matthew Bayswater by the Bishop of London
/ 18 October 2016

New Vicar for St Matthew’s Bayswater

Friends past and present came together at St Matthew’s Bayswater in West London to celebrate the licensing of Will Coleridge as the church’s new vicar.

Sam at Disneyland Paris
/ 14 October 2016

Learning from Mickey

On his recent visit to Disneyland Paris, Sam Donoghue encountered a story-based, child-focused mindset that can teach us much in our children’s work. And Sully. He met Sully too.

London's faith leaders and Evening Standards food waste campaign
/ 13 October 2016

Bishop Richard backs the Evening Standard’s food waste campaign

The Bishop of London has backed the Evening Standard’s “Food for London” campaign, joining with faith and community leaders in delivering fruit and vegetables to St Laurence’s Larder in North London.

Bishop Graham Tomlin addressing the audience
/ 13 October 2016

London churches team up to support those affected by prison

Capital Mass has launched an initiative to raise awareness of how churches can support those affected by prison, from inmates to family members to ex-offenders trying to turn their lives around.

St Edward's Tomb, courtesy of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey
/ 12 October 2016

A pilgrimage of wellbeing

Walking a pilgrimage can be done for spiritual purposes, or for health and wellbeing, and churches should be central in its rise in popularity.

Annoyed bald man
/ 12 October 2016

Working with parents

What is our relationship like with the parents and carers of the young people in our groups? Do we work in partnership or is it fractious and sometimes bad-tempered? Or somewhere in between.

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