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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 Lent Appeal changes year to year.

The most recent Lent Appeal can always be found at www.london.anglican.org/lentappeal.

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Maronite Archbishop Joseph Tobji of Aleppo in bombed Maronite Cathedral, Old City, Aleppo, Syria
/ 20 April 2017

Lent Appeal 2016 – raising £164,000 for persecuted Christians

Carol Ward gives an update on the 2016 Lent Appeal which raised £164,000 for persecuted Christians in the Middle East.


Bishop Rob in Mozambique group photo
/ 11 April 2017

Ad Clerum for Holy Week from the Bishop of Edmonton

In a Holy Week message to the clergy in Edmonton, Bishop Rob draws on his experiences from his recent visit to learn about the Church in Mozambique and the challenges they face there.


Lent Appeal 2017 Sowing Seeds for Tomorrow
/ 1 March 2017

Winning hearts and minds for your fundraising appeal

Carol Ward discusses the processes for any parish fundraising initiative.


Benguela School Extension in Angola Sept 2016
/ 24 January 2017

Lent Appeal 2017

While we move steadily into Spring, it is important for churches to think about giving in 2017, and the Diocesan Lent appeal in aid of ALMA.


The Preb Alan Moses
/ 24 May 2016

Area Dean walks the Silver Way to Santiago

Area Dean of Westminster, the Revd Preb Alan Moses, is walking 1,000 km to Santiago de Compostela, for the Lent Appeal in aid of persecuted Christians.


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