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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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Clothes laid out on a table.
/ 19 July 2017

A lifetime of ethical fashion?

Karen Fong, asks if there is ethical fashion and how she is influenced by buying cheap clothes made in the poorer corners of the world.


In the beginning art installation.
/ 10 July 2017

Who is the Lord? Creator of all!

Kay-Marie Stroud explores interpreting scripture through performance art installations, giving a new light to the bible at one church in Harrow.


Cellist Hannah Monkhouse and Soprano April Frederick
/ 29 June 2017

The coolest place on the hottest night of the year

The Creatives Network music evening celebrating its artists and members with a night of stunning entertainment.


Here Comes the Sony, by Mark Dean
/ 11 May 2017

Stations of the Cross / Stations of the Resurrection

Lucy Newman Cleeve reports on the Stations of the Cross at St Stephen Walbrook and its follow-up Stations of the Resurrection at St Paul’s Cathedral.


Passion Play in Trafalgar Square
/ 16 April 2017

Trafalgar Square Hosts Good Friday Passion Play

Trafalgar Square hosts its annual Passion Play enacted by the Wintershall Players.


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