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/ 16 September 2021

Bishop of London and capital’s churches welcome Afghan refugees

The Bishop of London has paid tribute to the courage of Afghan refugees, as churches across the capital continue to work on the front line in welcoming thousands of people arriving from the country.


/ 14 September 2021

Area Council elections 2021

Elections to the five Area Councils in the Diocese take place in 2021. Issue of Notice of Election and Nomination Forms Fri 3 … Read more


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/ 13 September 2021

‘We are the winter people’ – the collected poems of Jenny Rowbory

“This is a vital, fluent, sometimes funny, sometimes heart-breaking collection about the reality of suffering, by a poet whose energy and grace are … Read more


/ 13 September 2021

Supporting new arrivals from Afghanistan

As the disaster in Afghanistan unfolds, hundreds of Afghans and their families are being evacuated to the UK and are in need of assistance.


/ 7 September 2021

A prison chaplain: My year in lockdown

Rev Dr Bob Mayo, the Anglican Chaplain at HMP Wormwood Scrub, shares reflections on his role.


Energy Footprint Tool for churches
/ 6 September 2021

Closing date approaches for annual parish returns, energy footprint tool

The Energy Footprint Tool (EFT) remains open for entries, until 30th September.


/ 6 September 2021

Common Fund 2022: A message from the Bishop of London

The Common Fund pays for the church’s mission and ministry across the Diocese of London and allows us to put a vicar in nearly every parish.


/ 6 September 2021

Bishop of London appoints Adviser for Self-Supporting Ministry

The Bishop of London has announced the appointment of the Revd Annette Fitz- Shanks to the post of Bishop’s Adviser for Self-Supporting Ministry.


/ 3 September 2021

Teahouse group of Chinese heritage clergy launches

A national network of Church of England clergy of Chinese heritage that grew out of a Whatsapp support group during the pandemic is being formally launched.


/ 3 September 2021

Londoners flock to St John the Baptist Holland Road to visit ‘Museum of the Moon’

Thousands of Londoners visited St John the Baptist Holland Road last month, as it hosted the ‘Museum of the Moon’.


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