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Capital Mass aims to engage and equip every parish in the Diocese of London in tackling poverty and inequality. Founded in 2014, Capital Mass is a joint venture between the Church Urban Fund and the Diocese of London. It is a new initiative in the Church of England’s response to poverty in London and is part of a national Together Network of joint ventures initiated by Church Urban Fund.

The work of Capital Mass is an integral part of the Diocese of London’s Capital Vision 2020, where together we seek to be “more compassionate in serving communities with the love of God”.

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Serious Violence Summit
/ 15 November 2018

Church Pan-London Summit on Serious Violence

Priests from the dioceses of London, Southwark, Chelmsford and Rochester support a Pan-London Serious Crime Summit.


Fix Universal Credit
/ 24 October 2018

Do we need to fix universal credit?

Tom Sefton, who is an Adviser on Social Policy for the Church of England and writes about engaging with the world beyond the … Read more


/ 24 October 2018

Universal credit: how it will impact your parish?

Universal Credit is the biggest change to the welfare system for generations. This free training is aimed at anyone working for, or volunteering with, a church in the Diocese.


/ 15 February 2018

Homelessness appeal: #SofaSurfingTogether

A report on a new way to highlight Sofa Surfing, the hidden form of homelessness in the Capital, by encouraging others to take up #SofaSurfingTogether on Maundy Thursday.


/ 14 February 2018

Launch of new homelessness films

At the start of lent, we launch two films highlighting the stories of Londoners who have slept rough, for different lengths of time. Here are their stories.


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