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#LondonUnited is for anyone who feels a sense of belonging in London and an impulse to welcome strangers as neighbours. Our aim is to project a picture of churches at the heart of modern, diverse and inclusive London, open and welcoming to all.

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Bishop Pete Broadbent talking at Finsbury park residents service of hope
/ 5 July 2017

Finsbury park residents gather for service of hope

Residents, politicians and faith leaders gathered at the Finsbury Park Mosque for a service of hope marking two weeks since the terrorist attack that killed Makram Ali and injured eleven others.


Interfaith leaders with Bishop Graham at Westway Grenfell Tower vigil
/ 23 June 2017

Interfaith leaders hold Grenfell Tower victims vigil

North Kensington residents, councillors, members of the public, and faith leaders gathered yesterday at Westway Sports Centre for a vigil for the victims of the Grenfell Tower disaster in West London.


Muslim Aid Sunset Walk of Peace to East London Mosque
/ 13 June 2017

Sunset walk to East London Mosque

Muslim, Christian and Jewish leaders walked together from St Paul’s Cathedral to East London Mosque to recognise what people of faith do for others.


London Bridge at night
/ 5 June 2017

Solidarity in London following London Bridge attack

Faith communities have come together in London once again in the wake of a terrorist attack on the capital.


/ 25 May 2017

Faith leaders condemn terrorist violence

Religious Faith Leaders from across London met with the Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police to discuss the Manchester Concert Attack.


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