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Through Capital Vision 2020 we aim to be more confident in speaking and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ. To enable this we will communicate the Gospel more effectively, using the opportunities offered by new media.

There’s a richness of life expressed through the work of the Church across London. People are connecting in all sorts of ways: in churches, in public and through traditional media, such as parish magazines and newspapers. The digital life is also growing and growing as people build ever-deeper connections online to family, social groups and their Christian communities.

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Steve Lee teaching young people the discipline of sport
/ 30 January 2017

St Simon’s Packs a Punch

A short film is launched about a boxing club at St Simon’s Church in Shepherd’s Bush.


Image from Museum of the Bible YouTube video
/ 21 December 2016

West End Church exploring Museum of the Bible partnership

St Mary le Strand in Westminster has begun a consultation about a possible partnership with the Museum of the Bible from Washington DC.


The Memory Cafe at St Cuthbert's Wembley
/ 6 December 2016

The Memory Café

A new film by the diocese of London shows how St Cuthbert’s north Wembley is helping the needs of this parish with a Memory Cafe.


The Parish Pump
/ 28 November 2016

News from the Parish Pump

The Parish Pump team creates great news, short items, and engaging content for parish magazines.


The Bishop of London presides at the Festival Eucharist
/ 3 November 2016

First live-streamed service at City of London’s oldest church

All Hallows by the Tower gives its first live-streamed Eucharist, with the Bishop of London as President, who also awarded the St Mellitus Medal to Ken Marshall, a longstanding churchwarden.


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