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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 / 16 March 2020

Money Matters March 2020

Money Matters is the newsletter prepared by the finance advisers for PCC treasurers and all involved with parish finances.


Communications / 15 March 2020

Clergy and Staff moves March 2020

Information about clergy moving into and around the Diocese. Update for March 2020.


Communications / 12 March 2020

Accessing Christian services and resources digitally for those who can’t get to church

A guide on how to access live-streamed services and online prayer resources.


Communications / 11 March 2020

St Mellitus’ Dean Andy Emerton announced as next Bishop of Sherwood

It has been announced this morning from 10 Downing Street that Revd Dr Andrew Emerton, Dean of St Mellitus College, has been appointed … Read more


Communications / 10 March 2020

Islington Museum to host ‘Tales from the Crypt’

The Diocese of London received funding from the National Lottery Heritage Fund in early 2019, to undertake a community based project focused around … Read more


A phishing scam
Communications / 9 March 2020

Spam emails

Details of a new scam sent to people in churches across London. These emails are not from the London Diocesan Fund and should be deleted without clicking the link.


Holy Trinity, Cloudsley Square, Islington
Communications / 9 March 2020

Historic England awards £514,846 grant to help save exceptional former church in Islington, London

The Diocese of London announces grant of more than £500k from Historic England to save the former Church of Holy Trinity in Cloudesley Square, Islington, for the repair of urgent repairs to the aisle roofs.


Communications / 21 February 2020

HMRC IR35: Information for Parishes

HMRC are extending the reforms to the rules on off-payroll working (eg. contractors) to medium and large organisations from 6 April 2020. The … Read more


Communications / 19 February 2020

Money Matters February 2020

Money Matters is the newsletter prepared by the finance advisers for PCC treasurers and all involved with parish finances.


Communications / 14 February 2020

Church of England sets 2030 Net Zero carbon target

The General Synod set a new target for all parts of the church to work to become ‘net zero carbon’ by 2030, in an effort to reduce the emissions which cause climate change.


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