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The Revd Liz Russell --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Revd Jackie Barry --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Revd Alan Carr --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Revd Preb Dr Neil Evans --- Area Director of Training and Development
The Revd Charlie Skrine --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Revd Preb Dr Neil Evans --- Area Director of Training and Development
The Revd Will Coleridge --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Revd Kate Harrison --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Revd Dr Keith Riglin --- Area Director of Ordinands
The Ven Rosemary Lain-Priestley --- Area Safeguarding Officer
The Revd Dr Richard Fermer --- World Development Adviser
/ 20 August 2019

QPR owner funds new bells to mark 175th anniversary of St John’s Kensal Green

The owner of Queen’s Park Rangers football club has visited St John’s Church, Kensal Green, to see the place where what became QPR … Read more


The Revd Graham Buckle swimming in Lake Geneva
/ 29 July 2019

Vicar swims relay achievement across Lake Geneva

The Revd Graham Buckle swims the length of Lake Geneva, at the start of study leave into why people choose joining sports groups over joining churches.


Company of Servers Summer Festival
/ 8 July 2019

Stay calm and keep serving

The Company of Servers Summer Festival for the Southwark and London Chapter, with the Rt Revd Jonathan Clarke Bishop of Croydon.


/ 3 May 2019

Wren’s largest surviving City church reopens doors after regeneration

St Andrew Holborn, the largest of Christopher Wren’s surviving churches in the City of London, reopened its doors on Wednesday after an extensive … Read more


Bishop of London gives the closing prayer
/ 10 April 2019

Bishop of London gives support to Cursillo movement ahead of 20th anniversary in Capital

The Bishop of London gave her support to London’s Cursillo movement at a gathering of over 100 worshippers at All Hallows-by-the-Tower in the City of London.


Prince of Wales visits St Dunstan-in-the-West, with the Bishop of Fulham.
/ 18 March 2019

Prince of Wales visits service at St Dunstan-in-the-West church

Prince of Wales visits service at St Dunstan-in-the-West church, to take part in a Romanian Orthodox ministry run by the Church.


Inspecting and blessing the new solar panels and roof tiles.
/ 19 February 2019

Solar panels enhance new roof at St Paul’s Marylebone

St Paul’s Marylebone, Rossmore Road has a more sustainable future with new solar panels installed as part of a project to renew its roof.


The Bishop of London inspects plans for a community hub at St Botolph without Aldgate with The Revd Laura Jørgensen, and members of the local community
/ 18 December 2018

Aldgate community to benefit from joint project between St Botolph’s church and the City of London

The Bishop of London visits St Botolph without Aldgate to see plans for a new community hub for residents, workers and tourists in the heart of London.


The Revd David Armstrong was installed and licenced this this week as the new priest-in-charge at St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate.
/ 12 November 2018

St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate welcomes new parish priest

The Revd David Armstrong was installed and licensed as a new priest-in-charge at St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate in the City of London.


/ 24 October 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.


Open Air Gospel Music Eucharist at St James’s, Piccadilly

Date:01/09/2019

Eucharist featuring gospel music from Soul Sanctuary Gospel Choir

Reclaiming Holiness

Date:01/09/2019

Calvin Samuel will explore how we can reclaim holiness as a force with the power to transform us, the church and the world.

The Quality of Mercy in Preaching

Date:11/09/2019

Three renowned thinkers choose their own Bible passages to preach on ‘The Quality of Mercy and it’s meaning for us today.

What Kind of City do we Want to Be? Finding Dignity in Low-Wage Britain

Date:26/09/2019

Join us for a panel discussion on the gig economy, human flourishing and the future of work.

God’s People, God’s Calling – AFC Festival

Date:28/09/2019

The Anglican Catholic Future Conference, for 2019 is entitled God’s People, God’s Calling, with Bishop Stephen Cotterell, Bishop of Chelmsford.

The Quality of Mercy in Social Justice

Date:30/09/2019

What part does ‘mercy’ play in social justice? Winnie Varghese speaks about mercy and race, Bishop James Jones speaks on justice for all.

Where Love Is The Way: The Jesus Movement Now

Date:03/10/2019

Michael Curry will explore God’s passionate dream for humanity and what happens when we take the Jesus movement seriously.

We commend to you Phoebe: St Paul, Women and the Church

Date:06/10/2019

Paula Gooder uses an imaginative re-telling of Phoebe’s story to offer new insights into how we might engage afresh with St Paul’s theology.

Exploring Christian Spirituality Course 2019-2020

Date:07/10/2019

This 2 term course will help you explore the rich tradition of Christian spirituality through taught, experiential and reflective learning.

The Quality of Mercy in Story

Date:07/10/2019

Author and dramatist Michael Morpurgo, will speak about the way stories transform us, with a response from Sam Wells

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