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Every year the bishops of the Diocese of London ask their parishes to consider collecting donations to help a range of good causes. The money donated by our congregations has helped to alleviate the suffering of Christians persecuted in the Middle East; it has funded new schools in Africa and provided fresh water supplies to villages; it has funded youth work and trained people for ministry both in London and much further afield. The focus of the Diocese of London Appeal changes year to year.

The most recent appeal can always be found at www.london.anglican.org/appeal.

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/ 24 June 2014

The Beautiful Game

Katie Hagley from Amos Trust attends the Street Child World Cup in Rio, Brazil, after the Diocese of London Lent Appeal 2013. 


/ 14 April 2014

Double Marathon Vicar raises money for Lent Appeal

Vicar of All Hallows by the Tower runs double marathon for the Lent Appeal and the Bishop of London’s Mission Fund.


/ 27 February 2014

Lent Appeal 2014: Helping Children be Children

Growing up is a challenge wherever you live. A young person in London may worry about personal safety, gang culture, knife crime or getting A levels and a good job. In Luanda making bricks in a factory is as common as going to school. As a girl in Maputo you might look after younger children at home or spend hours fetching water. Children growing up in church means a growing church. Nurturing young people in faith in Jesus Christ we raise them to be true disciples as adults.


/ 25 November 2013

Lent Appeal 2014

Please consider including the work of ALMA and the Mission Fund in your fundraising this Lent.


/ 15 August 2013

Street Child World Cup 2014 kicks off in Rio

The Street Child World Cup 2014 has kicked off in Rio with a message from the Bishop of London.


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