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About Pete Broadbent

Pete Broadbent is the Bishop of Willesden and Acting Bishop of London. He is member of the Church of England's General Synod and oversees the national Simplification process under the Renewal and Reform programme within the Church of England.

The Bishop of Willesden / 18 December 2017

133rd Bishop of London: an ad clerum

Bishop Pete Broadbent’s message to the Diocese of London about the announcement that Bishop Sarah Mullally will be the 133rd Bishop of London.

The Bishop of Willesden / 30 October 2017

Diocese of London Homelessness Appeal

Advance notice of the Diocese of London Homelessness Appeal launching in November, to help to tackle the immense challenge of homelessness in London.

The Bishop of Willesden / 27 July 2017

Staff arrangements during the Old Deanery renovation

Arrangements for contacting staff while the Old Deanery is being refurbished.

Teenagers Hanging Out In Urban Environment
The Bishop of Willesden / 3 July 2017

Capital youth: a diocese where every parish is engaged in youth ministry

Capital Youth is our response to calls to be more radical in how we approach youth ministry across the Diocese, made possible by £1.88m of Strategic Development funding.

Wall of remembrance at Grenfell Tower
The Bishop of Willesden / 15 June 2017

Grenfell Tower Fire

A message from the Acting Bishop of London to the people of the Diocese in response to the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower in North Kensington.

The Bishop of Willesden / 4 May 2017

General Election 2017

An ad clerum from the Acting Bishop of London regarding a General Election pastoral letter being published by the Archbishop this coming Sunday.

The Bishop of Willesden / 13 April 2017

Chrism Mass Maundy Thursday 2017

Bishop Pete Broadbent’s sermon given at the Chrism Mass, when ordained and lay people renew their vows.

Westminster attack ad clerum quote
The Bishop of Willesden / 23 March 2017

Westminster attack ad clerum

An message from the Deputy Bishop of London to clergy following the terror attack in Westminster.

Candlemas Farewell Eucharist
The Bishop of Willesden / 16 February 2017

The Richard Chartres Fund for London – A vision for London

In thanksgiving for 21 years of service, we are launching the Richard Chartres Fund for London, with the aim of ensuring London is a city with a flourishing church at the heart of every community.

Bishop of Willesden leading tribute to Bishop Richard Chartres at St Paul's Cathedral
The Bishop of Willesden / 2 February 2017

Farewell to Bishop Richard Chartres

A Farewell Tribute to the Bishop of London at Candlemas 2017, delivered by The Right Revd Pete Broadbent, Bishop of Willesden.

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