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Capital Vision 2020

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.

The Church Housing Trust
/ 22 March 2017

Church Housing Trust launches booklet to support churches

The Church Housing Trust launches a booklet to advise churches who give on-the-spot help to homeless people in their parishes.


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.


The Bishop of Islington talking to Amanda over coffee
/ 17 March 2017

Available to be sent every day

For our Frontline Fridays, Amanda talks to the Bishop of Islington about her calling as an ambassador for Jesus Christ in her daily life as a full time mother and out and about in the local community.


Stn 7 - Jesus falls for the 2nd time - Excluded Artists
/ 9 March 2017

Stations of the Cross – Westminster community project for Lent 2017

St Stephen’s Rochester Row hosts Stations of the Cross produced by local Westminster groups, which are to be blessed by the Bishop of Kensington.


Prayer Space in School activity
/ 8 March 2017

An excellent opportunity for our church and school to come together

Setting up a prayer space in your local school can provide a place where children and young people can retreat, ask big questions and pray, if they wish, about the issues in their lives.


Rugby players stand together
/ 27 February 2017

A thug’s game played by Christians

Matthew Hall writes about Six Nations Rugby as two professional players from the home teams are open about their faith.


The Revd Lucy Winkett, Rector at St James’s receives the award from host Claudia Winkleman.
/ 27 February 2017

St James’s receives award for community work

The Revd Lucy Winkett accepts an award on behalf of St James’s Piccadilly, for its community work in Mayfair and St James’s.


Children's hand prints
/ 24 February 2017

A new phenomenon

Martyn Payne who supports Messy Churches across the Diocese discusses this great phenomenon in children’s ministry.


A community tournament game, courtesy of Ambassadors Football
/ 23 February 2017

How to raise money for your community outreach

Carol Ward discusses how you can raise funds immediately for community outreach, with help from Comic Relief and other sources.


Gurnell Grove Street Sign
/ 23 February 2017

The Grove Missional Community

Mark and Laura Tate lead the Grove Missional Community, in Ealing, and tell of their successes in an unreached place in west London.


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