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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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Football with St Alban's Fulham
/ 19 May 2017

The Beautiful Game – Football The Fulham Way

Becca Willet discusses the lessons learnt from running five years worth of football sessions at St Albans in Fulham, and how it can help other churches.


The Great Get Together
/ 19 April 2017

The Great Get Together in honour of Jo Cox

Join your church with Near Neighbours to host a street party for the Great Get Together, in honour of the late MP Jo Cox.


Dementia friendly gardening project - Credit C Overton Hart
/ 22 March 2017

Start a Conversation: lead the way on tackling isolation

Capital Mass and four other charities join the Jo Cox Foundation on Starting a Conversation to challenge isolation.


London Church Leaders join Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, to launch #LondonUnited
/ 7 December 2016

London Church Leaders unite with Deputy Mayor to combat intolerance

#LondonUnited encourages Christian churches across London to showcase their community work, particularly in response to the needs of refugees, asylum seekers and destitute migrants.


Bishop Graham Tomlin addressing the audience
/ 13 October 2016

London churches team up to support those affected by prison

Capital Mass has launched an initiative to raise awareness of how churches can support those affected by prison, from inmates to family members to ex-offenders trying to turn their lives around.


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