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London is world famous for its creativity. What if we had more imagination and creativity than we realised, waiting to be released?

The Church in London is home to a surprising abundance of creativity. Today’s Church is flooded with people whose passion and purpose finds expression in the creative industries far wider than the well-known forms of traditional sacred painting and choral music. We are a people whose work in images, sounds, music, poetry, theatre, design, movement, textiles, sculpture and digital media, shape the city and world around us.

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/ 3 May 2018

Conference to explore the role of exericise and fitness in faith

An exciting and unique day conference exploring the important role that sport and exercise plays in the relationship between our faith and our bodies.


/ 27 February 2018

27 February: thanks for George Herbert

We reflect on priest and poet George Herbert, on his feast day.


/ 2 February 2018

Concert for refugees at St James’s, Piccadilly

The concert will take place in the presence of Suspended, an art installation by Arabella Dorman and which currently hangs above the nave of St James’s Church.


New large-scale contemporary altarpiece by internationally renowned artist Graeme Mortimer Evelyn
/ 22 November 2017

New contemporary altarpiece by internationally renowned artist unveiled

A Reredos, which is the largest contemporary altarpiece in the UK, designed by the internationally renowned artist Graeme Mortimer Evelyn, was unveiled at the Grand Opening of St Francis at the Engine Room.


Renowned writer, Murray Watts discusses how to maintain a strong faith and yet be creative in life.
/ 13 November 2017

Spiritually Healthy Creativity

The Spiritually Healthy Creativity conference took place at St Mellitus College, to the praise of the artists and creatives from across the diocese.


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