Twenty clergy from the Edmonton Area experienced a stimulating and varied four-day study trip to Berlin, as part of Post Ordination Training (POT). Led by Fr Luke, Archdeacon of Hampstead, the group explored mission, ministry and church life in an [...]Continue Reading
First-ever Christian Resources Exhibition at ExCeL London meets expectations of organisers and audience.
St Matthias Stoke Newington has celebrated its patronal festival and the launch of a new book about its history.
A choral evensong was held at Temple Church to celebrate 800 years since the introduction of the City of London Mayoral Charter.
As part of the Diocese of London’s Capital Vision 2020, the Diocese set out plans to equip and commission 100,000 ambassadors across the Capital, who are sent out to live and work to God’s praise and glory as they represent Jesus Christ in daily life.
First baptisms, walk of witness, stations of the cross, ‘Calvary’. Easter was a blessed and joyful time at the Engine Room.
GraveTalk, provides resources for a café space in which churches provide a relaxed environment for people to explore questions about death and dying, funerals and loss.
More than 50 people from the Creative 2020 Network recently attended a private view, conversation and meditation on the Bill Viola installation – Martyrs, at St Paul’s Cathedral organised by the Creative Arts team, as part of Capital Vision 2020.
The Bishop of Berlin, Bishop Dr Markus Droege, visited the Diocese of London to be installed as an Honorary Canon of St Paul’s Cathedral by the Bishop of London.