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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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#FollowTheStar this Christmas
/ 13 December 2018

#FollowTheStar via A Church Near You

Information on why the A Church Near You website should be updated with all parish events and services, as Christmas approaches.


Outbreak Youth Movement
/ 6 December 2018

The Pimlico Foundation: Sporting outreach into the estates of Pimlico

Mark Liburd, a Senior Youth Worker at The Pimlico Foundation, reports on the great activities that support young people in Westminster.


Carols on Columbia Road
/ 5 December 2018

Carols on Columbia Road

Every Wednesday until Christmas, carol singers from St Peter’s Bethnal Green lead anyone on Columbia Road for a carol sing-a-long.


Modern Day Slavery, in all its forms is a major issue in London
/ 28 November 2018

Bishop of London’s Lent Appeal 2019 – Modern Day Slavery

The Bishop of London is to announce that the 2019 Lent Appeal will be on Modern Day Slavery, and how parish churches can help tackle it.


The Archdeacon of London at St Stephen Walbrook
/ 26 November 2018

St Stephen Walbrook opens doors to a packed crowd in celebration of Musician’s Church

St Stephen Walbrook church, in the City welcomed parishioners to an evening of music, song and spoken word for St Cecilia’s Day.


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