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The Rt Revd Adrian Newman --- Bishop
020 7932 1140
The Ven Liz Adekunle --- Archdeacon
020 3837 5232
Mrs Theresa Moses --- Area Finance Adviser
020 7932 1247
The Revd Preb Irena Edgcumbe --- Area Director of Ordinands
020 7033 3446 or 020 3837 5238
The Revd Preb Irena Edgcumbe --- Area Director of Training and Development
020 7033 3446 or 020 3837 5238
Her Majesty the Queen unveils the list of names of pupils killed during the bombing
/ 20 June 2017

East London church hosts the Queen and Prince Philip for remembrance service

All Saints Poplar recently hosted the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at an anniversary service to remember pupils killed in the bombing of a school by the German Airforce during the First World War.

Bishop Adrian being interviewed
/ 19 June 2017

Finsbury Park Mosque attack: statement from the Bishop of Stepney

The Bishop of Stepney has said in a statement in response to the attack on Finsbury Park Mosque that an attack on any faith is an attack on us all.

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.

Archbishop of Canterbury at St John Hoxton
/ 2 June 2017

Archbishop of Canterbury visits St John’s Hoxton in week of 24-7 prayer

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and his wife, Caroline, have paid a flying visit to St John’s Hoxton as the church continues its week-long 24-7 wave of prayer.

Schools using St Paul's Cathedral
/ 20 April 2017

What’s available to parishes from St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s staff love to welcome parishes to the Cathedral, and there are lots of ways for to take advantage of what is on offer.

Palm Sunday at St Peter Bethnal Green with Donkey
/ 11 April 2017

Palm Sunday hits the headlines

Palm Sunday processions took place around the Diocese last Sunday. The Telegraph and Church of England blog looked at some of them, including the revived tradition at St Peter’s Bethnal Green.

Hackney Children's Choir at St Paul's Cathedral
/ 29 March 2017

Helping young people to find their own voices

Tom Daggett, one of the organists at St Paul’s Cathedral, has spoken to Martha Linden about the work he does with Hackney Children’s Choir, for a feature on the Church of England blog.

Vigil for Westminster victims
/ 24 March 2017

East Londoners called on to reject fear and stand together

The Bishop of Stepney led a vigil at St John on Bethnal Green last night for the victims of the Westminster attack, sharing the message that hate will not divide the people of Tower Hamlets.

The Bishop of Islington talking to Amanda over coffee
/ 17 March 2017

Available to be sent every day

For our Frontline Fridays, Amanda talks to the Bishop of Islington about her calling as an ambassador for Jesus Christ in her daily life as a full time mother and out and about in the local community.

Stepney day for children's and youth workers
/ 3 March 2017

Counter-cultural revolution

On 25 February, children’s, youth and family workers from across the Stepney Area gathered together for a day of inspiration. The Bishop of Stepney started proceedings with this address.

Retreat Association Summer Event 2017


Join us for a wonderful summer’s day of talks, film, discussion, worship and networking!

Wonder on the Roof: Indian Summer Night Special


Our yearly rooftop summer party. Join for a lot of fun, food, drinks and music! All proceeds will go towards the Wonder Foundation projects.

Contemplatives in action, activists at prayer ~


A day discovering more on how activism and reflection go well together as we develop an everyday practice of seeking wisdom and refreshment

Addiction and Grace


An evening for people in recovery

Development Worker – Tower Hamlets

Closing Date:11/07/2017

Leader needed to grow and develop The Feast’s work in East London.

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