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/ 13 January 2021

Learning through Covid: Connecting with our Community

Bishop Graham in conversation with incumbents from two parishes of different traditions.


Academy Basics Youth Edition logo
/ 13 January 2021

Say hello to Academy Basics: Children and Youth Ministry Editions!

Find out more about our new self-paced course, Academy Basics and how we’re creating a one-stop shop for training volunteers in your church.


/ 11 January 2021

New Chancellor appointed for the Diocese of London

The Bishop of London has announced that David Etherington QC has been appointed as the new Chancellor for the Diocese of London.


Monica Bolley
/ 5 January 2021

Monica Bolley – My Story – Part 3

We journey together in hope. Monica Bolley shares her narrative as a black woman in London.


Monica Bolley
/ 5 January 2021

Monica Bolley – My Story – Part 2

Racism – its depth, persistence and the pain it causes. Monica Bolley shares her narrative as a black woman in London.


Monica Bolley
/ 5 January 2021

Monica Bolley – My Story – Part 1

Golden opportunity to tackle racism. Monica Bolley shares her narrative as a black woman in London.


/ 4 January 2021

Christmas Day Sermon Preached By The Rt Revd Sarah Mullally Bishop of London

At St Paul’s Cathedral, 25 December 2020.


/ 24 December 2020

St Margaret’s Church becomes community run COVID19 Testing site

On Saturday 19th December St Margaret’s Church, Edgware, conducted the first COVID19 Asymptomatic (Lateral Flow) test site for Barnet,


/ 17 December 2020

Energy and carbon from London churches hit record low

Churches across the Diocese of London have been cutting the energy use and carbon emissions, which would contribute to dangerous climate change, as 2019 figures for energy usage have revealed greatly reduced emissions.


St Stephen, St Thomas church Shepherds Bush
/ 15 December 2020

Christmas funding boost for St Stephen’s, Shepherds Bush, London

The National Churches Trust has given a grant to St Stephen’s Shepherd’s Bush to help with its roof fundraising appeal, and the campaign to replace the Victorian slates at this much loved church.


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