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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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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.


Night view of the lighthouse from Finchley road tube station
/ 6 October 2017

Planning permission granted for the building of The Lighthouse

Planning permission has been granted for the building of The Lighthouse, an exciting new landmark Christian Centre for the 21st Century in Finchley.


The team at Eden East Finchley
/ 5 October 2017

New Church Community to Take Root in East Finchley

A new worshipping community will be launched in East Finchley as part of an initiative to reach out to, and support residents on North London estates.


Floating Church and Meg Hiller MP
/ 28 September 2017

Floating church takes step forward with MP’s visit

The team behind the Diocese of London’s proposed floating church and community hub, met Hackney South and Shoreditch MP, Meg Hillier, to discuss the project.


Deanery mapping
/ 1 August 2017

Allchurches Trust grant to support Capital Vision 2020 new worshipping communities

A grant from Allchurches Trust will support new worshipping communities in London and beyond and help us to reach our target of 100 new or renewed communities by 2020.


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