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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.

Communications / 25 April 2012

Target smashed as 2,700 young volunteers sign up

‘the2012’ target smashed as the Olympics inspires 2,700 young people to sign up as community volunteers.


Communications / 23 April 2012

New spire at St Thomas’s Oakwood dedicated

Bishop of London dedicates new church spire at St Thomas Church, Oakwood.


Communications / 18 April 2012

Sloane Square musician in Songs of Praise success

The Music Director of Holy Trinity Sloane Square has taken centre stage on Songs of Praise.


Communications / 18 April 2012

Street Child World Cup welcomed to St Paul’s

The Bishop of London welcomed a Street Child World Cup team to St Paul’s Cathedral.


Communications / 5 April 2012

Seven-year vision announced in Maundy Thursday sermon

Capital Vision 2020 announced in Maundy Thursday sermon


Communications / 5 April 2012

Petition to bring back zero rate VAT

Sign the e-petition to bring back zero rate VAT on alterations to listed churches.


Communications / 29 March 2012

Diocesan Synod: Anglican Communion Covenant

The London Diocesan Synod met tonight to debate The Anglican Communion Covenant.


Communications / 27 March 2012

Hackney rector’s “outstanding community” award

The Rector of St John at Hackney, Fr Rob Wickham, has been given Speaker of Hackney award.


Communications / 26 March 2012

Statement on Budget 2012

VAT to be charged at 20 percent on alterations to listed churches.


Communications / 23 March 2012

Hear stories from some ordinands and young priests

A few ordinands currently in training and a few young priests have recorded podcasts to share their stories. Reflecting the diversity of tradition in the Church of England, they come from all sorts of backgrounds.


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