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Through Capital Vision we imagine a Church for London that is Christ-centred and outward looking. We seek to be more confident in speaking and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ, more compassionate in serving communities with the love of God the Father and more creative in reaching new people and places in the power of the Spirit.

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St Mark’s Teddington in partnership on an environmental project with the local police
/ 14 March 2019

St Mark’s Teddington Partners with Police on Community Gardening

St Mark’s Teddington has been working in partnership with local police on an environmental project, after concerns about drug dealing and anti-social behaviour.


St Mary's Islington Church
/ 14 March 2019

St Mary Islington holds vigil against knife crime to remember local father

St Mary’s church Islington community holds a vigil in remembrance of JJ McPhillips, a local father who was tragically stabbed in 2017.


Lent Appeal, Bishop Sarah meets volunteers who tackle Modern Day Slavery
/ 6 March 2019

Modern Day Slavery – Hidden in Plain Sight

The 2019 Lent Appeal on tackling Modern Day Slavery. See this short film featuring Bishop Sarah meeting volunteers from our partner charities.


Listening to God - Discerning our 2030
/ 27 February 2019

Discerning our 2030 Vision – Listening to London, Listening to God

Bishop Sarah asks us all to discern and pray how we want to see the future of the Church of England across London in 2030.


Something not right? Modern Day Slavery is everywhere.
/ 25 February 2019

Modern Day Slavery – Lent Appeal 2019

The 2019 Lent Appeal will be on Modern Day Slavery, and how parish churches can help tackle it.


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