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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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/ 11 March 2014

‘St Nick’s Talks’ launched at St Nicholas Cole Abbey following impressive restoration work

Following extensive restoration work on St Nicholas Cole Abbey over the last two years, the building will now become the home of ‘St Nick’s Talks’, which aims to teach the Bible through weekly lunchtime talks, small group studies and one-to-one meetings across the City.

/ 21 January 2014

St David’s Church, Holloway kicks off 2014 events programme with a Ceilidh after grand re-opening

The team at St David’s Church in Holloway has kicked off the New Year with a community New Year’s Eve Party and Ceilidh, the start of an ambitious series of community events in 2014.

/ 20 January 2014

Bishop of London joins celebration of new working partnership at St Sepulchre’s without Newgate

On Tuesday evening the Bishop of London, Richard Chartres, welcomed 150 people to St Sepulchre’s for a special service celebrating the successful partnership established in September last year between the existing community at St Sepulchre’s and a team of people from Holy Trinity Brompton and St George’s, Holborn. 

/ 17 January 2014

How will you be part of the story? Here’s some ideas and resources

Capital Vision in 2014: ideas and resources to support your part of the story.

/ 8 January 2014

Inspired to be creative in starting a new worshipping community

Pete Nicholas shares the vision and plans for Inspire church, a new worshipping community seeking to build on the existing work of parish churches near Old Street and work together in serving the area.

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