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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 / 14 June 2012

Pimlico school awarded medal for community service

St Barnabas Primary School, Pimlico awarded the St Mellitus Medal for 165 years of service to the local community.

Communications / 12 June 2012

Olympic truce at St Martin-in-the-Fields

The Olympic truce has been celebrated at St Martin-in-the-Fields.

Communications / 7 June 2012

London leads in Diamond Jubilee celebrations

The Diocese of London has played host to hundreds of thousands of well-wishers gathering to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II.

Communications / 21 May 2012

Project completed in memory of renowned artist Craigie Aitchison

Memorial stained glass window for artist Craigie Aitchison dedicated at St Mary the Boltons.

Communications / 15 May 2012

180th anniversary for St John’s Whetstone

The Bishop of London joined the congregation of St John the Apostle in Whetstone for their 180th anniversary.

Communications / 14 May 2012

St Benet Fink celebrates centenary

St Benet Fink has celebrated a centenary of consecration and a ‘year of renewal’.

Communications / 10 May 2012

Running St Paul’s to St Paul’s

Two members of St Paul’s Church, New Southgate completed a sponsored run from their church to St Paul’s Cathedral in Central London.

Communications / 8 May 2012

25 people make commitment at Winchmore Hill

Twenty-five people made a commitment to faith in Christ and were baptised, confirmed or received into the communion of the Church of England at St Paul’s Winchmore Hill on Sunday 6 May by the Bishop of Edmonton, the Rt Revd Peter Wheatley.

Communications / 3 May 2012

New Rector for St Mary and Holy Trinity Bow

Bow Church welcomes new Rector with a focus on community outreach and youth work.

Communications / 30 April 2012

St Paul’s marks 350 years of Book of Common Prayer

Journalists, politicians, church leaders and writers are amongst people from all walks of life who have contributed to an exhibition celebrating the Book of Common Prayer.

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