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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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French Connect new worshipping community launch
/ 3 May 2018

Capital Vision 2020 goal hits half-way with 50th New Worshipping Community

The Capital Vision 2020 goal to create 100 new worshipping communities in London, hit half-way with the launch of French Connect in Kensington.


The front and side elevation of St Luke's Millwall
/ 10 April 2018

New church to join East London skyline

A new church, St Luke’s Millwall compete with a spire has joined the East London skyline in Tower Hamlets.


Bishop Ric Thorpe
/ 21 December 2017

Diocese receives strategic development funding to support church growth across London and beyond

The Diocese of London has been awarded strategic development funding as part of a multi-million pound plan to renew churches across England.


St Francis at the Engineroom front elevation
/ 21 November 2017

First new purpose-built church in London in 40 years opens in Tottenham

St Francis at the Engine Room, which is the first new purpose-built Anglican church in London in forty years, opened in Tottenham Hale Village.


St Francis Opening with the Bishop of Edmonton
/ 9 October 2017

Tottenham Hale celebrates St Francis Church opening

St Francis Church in Tottenham Hale, the first new, purpose-built church in London in forty years, has been dedicated by the Bishop of Edmonton.


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