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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 / 21 December 2011

Bishop speaks to Jumoke Fashola

The Bishop of London has appeared on BBC News and the Jumoke Fashola Show.


Communications / 20 December 2011

Youth worker to carry Olympic Torch through Barnet

A youth worker from St Peter’s Stonegrove has been chosen to carry the Olympic torch through Barnet.


Communications / 13 December 2011

St Francis Church awarded £100,000 grant

£100,000 grant for children’s worker in area with high level of child deprivation.


Communications / 8 December 2011

New Vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields

Inspirational priest, author and community advocate chosen to be next vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields.


Communications / 7 December 2011

New Assistant Dean for St Mellitus College

The Revd Ann Coleman has been appointed as the Revd Dr David Hilborn’s successor.


Communications / 5 December 2011

Celebration of restoration of historic organ

St Mary-at-Finchley celebrates restoration of historic organ.


Communications / 30 November 2011

Brunel Chaplaincy Christmas Shoebox Appeal

Staff and students from Brunel University Chaplaincy filled boxes with gifts destined for disadvantaged children in Ukraine and Moldova.


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.


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