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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 / 28 November 2011

Local Young Pastors Inspire 2012 Ambassadors

The training session was part of the Diocese of London’s ‘the2012’ Ambassadors initiative aimed at training a collective of 2,012 13-35 year old Christians across the capital to become volunteers for the Church in the Olympic year and beyond.


Communications / 25 November 2011

Award-winning windows and steeple

Work at St Mary-le-Strand has resulted in a prestigious award.


Communications / 24 November 2011

Students take interfaith dialogue into schools.

Students from London School of Economics have taken interfaith dialogue into local church schools.


Communications / 24 November 2011

Little Noises at Hackney church

St John at Hackney opens its doors for a fundraising festival.


Communications / 24 November 2011

Miracles and Charms

University Chaplaincy Team autumn training event at the Wellcome Collection


Communications / 22 November 2011

Bishop of London helps feed the 5000

During the Feeding the 5000 event at Trafalgar Square, the Bishop of London served food made from ingredients that would otherwise have been wasted and signed a pledge committing him to reducing his own food waste.


Communications / 18 November 2011

700th anniversary of Bow Church

St Mary & Holy Trinity Bow celebrate 700 years of witness and worship.


Communications / 15 November 2011

Near Neighbours initiative launched

The Bishop of London joins the Secretary of State to launch new community initiative.


Communications / 3 November 2011

Installation of solar panels at Islington church

Solar panels have been installed at St Mary’s Church, Upper Street, an historic building in Islington.


Communications / 3 November 2011

220th anniversary of The Marylebone School

The Bishop of London and the Duchess of Gloucester attended a service of joy and thanksgiving for 220 years of education at The St Marylebone Church of England School today.


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