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The diocesan communications team provides support to the network of clergy, churches, parishes and other worshipping communities that comprises the Diocese of London, as well as to the staff teams of the London Diocesan Fund.

Energy Footprint Tool for churches
Communications / 6 May 2021

Energy Footprint Tool 2021 open for churches’ 2020 data

The national Church of England Energy Footprint Tool (EFT) is now open for 2021, so churches can enter their energy use from 2020.


Solar Panels on a Church Roof
Communications / 5 May 2021

Three Churches awarded grants from London Community Energy Fund

Vital grants are given to churches to help provide support for community projects, as part of the Mayor’s Energy for Londoners programme.


Communications / 4 May 2021

Response to the Anti-Racism Taskforce Report

A message from the Diocesan Racial Justice Priority Group To all Diocese of London Clergy, lay staff, Churchwardens, PCC secretaries, Deanery Synod Lay Chairs, … Read more


Communications / 30 April 2021

Advisory Group formed for the appointment to the See of Willesden

The Bishop of London has formed an advisory group to oversee the appointment of the new Bishop of Willesden.


Communications / 29 April 2021

Thy Kingdom Come 2021 graphics

For a full range of TKC graphics please visit their website. Praying hands Banner: Click here to download Facebook post: Click here to … Read more


Communications / 29 April 2021

Stand for General Synod: elections 2021

Is there someone in your church community who would consider standing for General Synod?


Communications / 28 April 2021

Clergy and Staff moves April 2021

Information about clergy moving into and around the Diocese. Update for April 2021.


Communications / 22 April 2021

Churches nature count to assess biodiversity within churchyards

Churches are encouraged to join Count on Nature between 5-13 June 2021, in the hope that visitors to churchyards will collate data for the Biodiversity Network.


Communications / 15 April 2021

Changing the narrative on racism

A message from the London College of Bishops.


Communications / 12 April 2021

Resources now available for Thy Kingdom Come

Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement that invites Christians around the world to pray from Ascension to Pentecost.


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