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We need to reach more of the existing population, but also those arriving and moving into many of the new areas being built. The Diocese of London will start 100 new worshipping communities over the next seven years in different ways, in different places, for different people. What could this look like in your parish, deanery or area?

The Centre for Church Planting and Growth supports people across the Diocese in creating or renewing 100 new worshipping communities. Visit www.centreforchurchplanting.org for resources, stories and guidance.

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/ 9 September 2014

Bishop of Edmonton licenses new Priest Missioner at Tottenham Hale

The Bishop of Edmonton, the Right Revd Peter Wheatley, has formally licensed the Revd Andrew Williams as Priest Missioner at Hale Village’s worshipping community, St Francis @ The Engine Room.

/ 27 May 2014

Priest Missioner appointed for Tottenham Hale’s Engine Room

The Revd Andrew Williams will be the next Priest Missioner in the new community at Hale Village in Tottenham Hale.

/ 10 April 2014

Archbishop of Canterbury pays a surprise visit to Tottenham Hale’s Engine Room

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, was a surprise addition to the Sunday Eucharist at Tottenham Hale’s new worshipping community this week.

/ 3 April 2014

East London clergy respond to Evening Standard piece

On Tuesday, an article appeared in the comment section of the London Evening Standard, arguing that ‘for the moment, Christianity has lost its way’, focusing specifically on East London. Three East End parish priests respond.


/ 17 March 2014

Church on the boundaries

Planting a Network church comes with a distinct set of opportunities and challenges. A network church is one that serves a community of people defined by belonging through work or social connections rather than living in the local parish.

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