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The Bishop of Kensington / 11 April 2017

Bishop of Kensington ‘takes up his cross’ for Holy Week

Bishop Graham Tomlin's Holy Week 2017 visits
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This Holy Week, Bishop Graham is spending time with people who are an "unwanted presence in a strange city", as he talks to prisoners, asylum seekers, homeless people and very ill children.

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Congregation in Nave
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The Acting Bishop of London shared a message of empowerment, purpose and action with laity, deacons, priests and bishops to reaffirm their calling and place together in the Church of God.

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Communications / 12 April 2017

Tributes paid at the funeral of PC Keith Palmer

Funeral of PC Keith Palmer
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Thousands of Londoners and police officers from around the country filled Southwark Cathedral and lined the streets for the funeral of PC Keith Palmer.

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Communications / 11 April 2017

Palm Sunday hits the headlines

Palm Sunday at St Peter Bethnal Green with Donkey
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Palm Sunday processions took place around the Diocese last Sunday. The Telegraph and Church of England blog looked at some of them, including the revived tradition at St Peter's Bethnal Green.

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Gemma White / 11 April 2017

Thy Kingdom Come events

Young girl lighting a candle
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This year, between Ascension and Pentecost, we are joining in the global wave of prayer 'Thy Kingdom Come'. Find out about the diocesan events taking place.

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The Bishop of Kensington / 7 April 2017

Offering opportunity, seizing the second chance

Bishop Graham and Gary on top of the scaffold tower
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For our Frontline Fridays series, the Bishop of Kensington went to talk to the owner of a scaffolding company about what his Christian faith means to him and his coworkers in normal everyday life.

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Communications / 29 March 2017

Westminster Abbey donates cross to OneStonegrove

Westminster Abbey delegation and Mayor of Barnet with the cross
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Westminster Abbey donates a freestanding cross to award-nominated OneStonegrove in Edgware.

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Thy Kingdom Come kit
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Alex Taylor reviews the resources available to help you, your family and your church join in with Thy Kingdom Come, the global wave of prayer and worship coming up in May.

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Martyn Payne / 7 April 2017

Messy May

Procession at St Paul's Cathedral as part of 'Messy Cathedral'.
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Coming up at the end of May - Messy Cathedral! Martyn Payne, from the Messy Church team, shares the plans for this exciting day.

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Thy Kingdom Come
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Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. Join us at one of our events in St Paul's Cathedral, or in churches across London.

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Featured Articles
Joyce Hixon with the Bishop of Willesden and people from her church

The Bishop of Willesden recently attended birthday celebrations marking the 100th birthday of Harrow resident Joyce Hixon.

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Our youth and children's work would not be possible without the teams of volunteers who give up their time and energy to spread the Gospel. Here are some tips on how to nurture and value these heroes.

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Rob Santer from Christian Vision for Men discusses how this group helps males spread the good news of Jesus, in the sports arena and other places men hangout.

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Have you ever had a ministry succeed beyond your wildest expectations, only to be met with doubt and negativity from your church leadership? You can learn from that and work together on success.

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Sports Chaplaincy UK

Sports Chaplaincy UK presents a one day conference Sport Psychology, Chaplaincy and Faith – Working Together for Well-Being and Performance. Hosted by John …

18 May 2017

Mind Out!

The annual Theatre Chaplaincy UK Spring Lecture is given this year by Stephen Fry, on Mental Health and Theatre

3 Jun 2017

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