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The Ven Luke Miller --- Archdeacon
020 3837 5204
The Ven Rosemary Lain-Priestley --- Archdeacon
020 3837 5205
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 Ven Rosemary Lain-Priestley --- Area Safeguarding Officer
020 3837 5205
The Revd Dr Richard Fermer --- World Development Adviser
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.


St James's Piccadilly, taking inspiring action to lead on environmental issues
/ 9 October 2018

St James’s Piccadilly scoops coveted Eco Church Gold Award

St James’s Church Piccadilly, has become the Diocese’s first Eco Church Gold award winner, achieving all five Eco Church categories.


Company of Servers Summer party with Benediction and food.
/ 12 July 2018

A summer’s evening with the Company of Servers

The London & Southwark Chapters of the Company of Servers gathered recently, on a glorious summer evening, at St Saviour’s Pimlico, for its … Read more


XLP Sleepout
/ 12 July 2018

Charity sleepout in the City of London raises £30,000

Christian youth charity XLP (The eXceL Project) and St Botolph-without-Bishopsgate in the City of London came together to host a sleepout, raising in excess of £30,000.


/ 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.


/ 11 June 2018

Read Sarah Mullally’s sermon for the 70th Anniversary of the NHS

Sermon by the Rt Revd & Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally, Bishop of London. FOR 900 years, on this site where we stand … Read more


/ 21 May 2018

London prays ‘Thy Kingdom Come’

A thousand came to St Paul’s on one of the busiest weekends in the year to join the global movement of prayer – ‘Thy Kingdom Come’.


The Revd Preb Rose Hudson-Wilkin
/ 8 May 2018

Westminster Deanery meets in Parliament to celebrate diversity

St Margaret’s Deanery Synod met at the Palace of Westminster for a discussion on the theme of the Gift of Diversity, with the backdrop of the Windrush.


O Lord, hear my cry: Healing in the Bible and the 21st Century

Date:12/01/2019

Scientist & priest Gillian Straine will explore what the nature of healing really is and why it plays such a central role in Jesus’ ministry

School of Pioneers

Date:19/01/2019

The School of Pioneers gives lay pioneers the skills, knowledge, and understanding to develop new pioneering communities and projects.

Voices for Change: an evening of contemporary choral music

Date:30/01/2019

Join us for an exclusive World Leprosy Day performance of “Treasures of Byzantium” held in the stunning surroundings of St Stephen Walbrook.

Haunted by Christ: Modern Writers and the Struggle for Faith

Date:03/02/2019

Richard Harries says that it is often in works of literature that we can begin to discover again the enchantment of the Christian faith.

A Beginner’s Guide to Christian Spirituality

Date:09/02/2019

Carys Walsh will take an introductory look at the dynamic nature of Christian spirituality.

Inspired to Follow workshop

Date:14/02/2019

Discover a discipleship course uses fine art paintings from the National Gallery, a Biblical story and a short theological reflection

Nazareth Community workshop

Date:27/02/2019

An opportunity to learn about the life of the Nazareth Community at St Martin-in-the-Fields

The Merciful Humility of God

Date:03/03/2019

Jane Williams will explore how the merciful humility of God is the most powerful force imaginable.

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.

Gray’s Inn Chapel Choir: Words & Music 2019

Date:04/04/2019

From Birth to Death – with the Prayer Book Canticles

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