Stepney Area: Tower Hamlets Deanery
Tower Hamlets is a local community of twenty neighbouring Church of England parish churches and congregations in east London.
The Deanery is synonymous with the London borough of Tower Hamlets and is bordered in the south by the river Thames. Our northern boundary is formed by the London borough of Hackney. At the western end of the deanery the parish of Christ Church Spitalfields runs up to and just into the City of London. In the east we are now famously bordered by the Queen Elizabeth II Olympic park. The canary Wharf estate sits to the south of the deanery.
We believe Tower Hamlets is a great place to live and to worship God.
Each parish maintains its own website. Tower Hamlets Deanery website is www.thcofe.org.
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.
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.
As part of our Frontline Friday series, the Bishop of Stepney talks to Toby about what being an ambassador for Christ means to people in a creative industry.
Eric Clark writes about east London’s newest art space at St Matthew’s Bethnal Green.
The Vicar of St Paul’s Church, Bow Common recently joined leaders of the East London Muslim community in a display of support for their hugely successful food drive for the homeless charity, Crisis.
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