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/ 17 August 2016

Be Inspired by the Olympics!

Matthew Hall has found inspiration from watching the Rio Olympics and highlights how churches can get more involved in sports with a selection of groups in London.


/ 5 April 2016

Archdeacon of Northolt receives award for London 2012 work

The Ven Duncan Green, Archdeacon of Northolt, has been presented with The Langton Award for Community Service by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the annual Lambeth Awards.


/ 17 September 2014

Bishops of Stepney and Barking lead congregations to the Olympic Park

On Sunday, the Bishop of Stepney, The Rt Revd Adrian Newman and the Bishop of Barking, The Rt Revd Peter Hill met to give a blessing at the border between the Diocese of London and the Diocese of Chelmsford, which is located on the Knights Bridge in the heart of the Olympic Park. The two Bishops brought together congregations from the local area to pray for churches surrounding the park and also to reflect on the positive contribution both dioceses played during the 2012 Olympic Games.


/ 4 March 2014

Dioceses build on Olympic success

A gathering of church representatives from around the country have set out plans for a sports conference to be held in a number of dioceses, where sports advisers will link churches with local sporting opportunities.


/ 2 November 2012

2012 Olympics and Paralympics

Churches and schools in the Diocese of London engaged with the opportunities for mission during the Games in a variety of ways; by welcoming visitors; getting involved in community outreach or by working for social justice.


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