Christmas is a great time for sports clubs to come together to celebrate the Christian Message, and the Sports Chaplaincy UK has some great resources to help.
The Spiritually Healthy Creativity conference took place at St Mellitus College, to the praise of the artists and creatives from across the diocese.
The Moot Community hold a fantastic evening of poetry and music, to raise essential funds for the Amos Trust and its work in Gaza.
The Parish Communications Network recently met to discuss Twitter, websites and ways to make parish communications better for all in parishes.
Scott Gentry, a Scripture Union student worker reports on a summer holiday sports camp, they ran in partnership with the Diocese of London.
The Sports Chaplaincy UK is asking priests and vicars in the Diocese of become sports chaplains in clubs and gyms across London.
The Second Sports Ministry Partners meeting took place with more than 40 partners highlighting the increase in sporting activity in churches across London.
St Stephen’s Walbrook has yet again shown some stunning artwork in the amazing worship space, right in the heart of the City of London.
Joe Lowther, CEO of Kick London writes about how sport can transform the lives of young people and help relieve poor mental health, that many young people experience.