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Who's who

The Rt Revd Adrian Newman --- Bishop
020 7932 1140
The Ven Liz Adekunle --- Archdeacon
020 3837 5233
The Revd Preb Irena Edgcumbe --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Revd Preb Irena Edgcumbe --- Area Director of Training and Development
Mr Julian Bream --- Area Director of Ordinands
St Columba launch day, in Hackney Wick.
/ 17 September 2018

Community comes together to launch St Columba

The Bishop of Stepney was joined by local MP Meg Hillier in Hackney Wick to celebrate the foundation of a new worshipping community, St Columba East London.


/ 24 July 2018

Universal credit: how it will impact your parish?

Universal Credit is the biggest change to the welfare system for generations. This free training is aimed at anyone working for, or volunteering with, a church in the Diocese.


Bishop Adrian and Bishop Sarah
/ 23 July 2018

Bishop of Stepney to step down

The Bishop of Stepney, the Rt Revd Adrian Newman, has decided to step back from full time ministry on health grounds, at the end of October.


/ 25 June 2018

Area Fundraising Workshops

During the second part of the year, the @fundmychurch team will once again, be presenting a Fundraising Workshop in each of the episcopal areas.


Stepney Eco Conference
/ 14 May 2018

Stepney Area holds first eco conference

Delegates from across the Stepney area came to be inspired to make caring for God’s creation a key part of their church’s mission and ministry.


Bishop of London blesses new housing site in Cable Street
/ 4 May 2018

Bishop of London celebrates Cable St affordable homes victory

Bishop Sarah Mullally visited a new community land trust won by St George in the East, the Centre for Theology and Community and the Darul Ummah mosque.


/ 3 May 2018

Islington Sustainable Church Buildings Project scoops European award

The Islington Sustainable Church Buildings Project has been awarded a prize by the European Christian Environmental Network (ECEN).


The front and side elevation of St Luke's Millwall
/ 10 April 2018

New church to join East London skyline

A new church, St Luke’s Millwall compete with a spire has joined the East London skyline in Tower Hamlets.


/ 7 December 2017

Her Majesty the Queen attends Scripture Union’s 150th anniversary celebration in Islington

Her Majesty the Queen attended special church service at St Mary’s Islington to celebrate 150th anniversary of Christian charity, Scripture Union.


Prayer space materials
/ 31 October 2017

East End Prayer Space

Alley Nichols, children’s worker at Christ Church Spitalfields, describes the impact of a Prayer Space at her local primary school.


Marie Durand: Prisoner of Faith in the Tour of Constance

Date:02/10/2018

The Courage of Marie Durand, prisoner of Faith

Universal Credit: Understanding the New Landscape – Stepney Area

Date:04/10/2018

Universal Credit church training in Stepney

Paths Between Head and Heart with Dr Oliver Robinson

Date:04/10/2018

Paths between Head and Heart : The Seven Harmonies of Science and Spirituality

Naviar Haiku Fest

Date:06/10/2018

A day event exploring the relationship between music and haiku poetry

The Marital Problems of London’s Early French Protestants

Date:09/10/2018

Tea, Talks & Cake: The Marital Problems of London’s Early French Protestants. How do you say “I do” when you don’t understand the question?

The Silence of God in the Book of Qoheleth

Date:10/10/2018

What does this elusive biblical book from the Hebrew Bible have to teach us about the wisdom of waiting and trusting in God?

Praying with the Paintings of Sieger Koder

Date:20/10/2018

Praying with the Paintings of Sieger Koder – with Sr Magdalen Lawler

Happy those who Mourn: Loss, Lamentation and Laughter

Date:27/10/2018

This day will explore the theme of loss through poetry, psychology, scripture, contemplative theology and reflective exercises.

Imagining Peace

Date:30/03/2019

In this reflective day, Pádraig Ó Tuama will look at peace and conflict within ourselves, in our communities and in politics.

The Manna at St Stephen’s, Canonbury – Project Worker

Closing Date:19/10/2018

Part-time project Worker to join a team running 3 weekly drop-in sessions for homeless and marginalised people

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