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Hope Art Exhibition – St Cuthberts Wood Green
/ 17 November 2020

‘Hope’ community art exhibition

St Cuthbert’s Wood Green hosts art exhibition under the theme of Hope, and finds new creative ways of creating a community events with astonishing results.

Memory Cafe at home documents and Radio CD
/ 16 November 2020

Memory Café at Home gathers pace to combat loneliness 

Memory Café At Home gathers pace, in North Wembley to combat loneliness and poor memory for those who are in social isolation, due to the Covid-19 Pandemic

/ 16 November 2020

A Theology of Compassionate Communities

Graham Tomlin, the Bishop of Kensington, explores the theology behind one of our diocesan ambitions: to be compassionate communities.  One of the clearest … Read more

/ 12 November 2020

A brand-new Church of England Secondary school opens in Enfield

Recently the Bishop of Edmonton, the Rt Revd Rob Wickham, visited a new Church of England secondary school in Enfield to bless the new school and license its chaplain, the Revd Alison Philips.

/ 11 November 2020

Keeping Growth on the Agenda

What does church growth look like during a pandemic? Darren Wolf, Grow Course Programme Manager, reflects on why it is important to keep growth on the agenda.

/ 9 November 2020

The launch of Living in Love and Faith

A message from the London College of Bishops, on the launch of Living in Love and Faith.

St Paul's Cathedral has new prebendaries
/ 5 November 2020

Five new prebendaries of St Paul’s Cathedral

Five Diocesan clergy have been announced as Prebendaries of St Paul’s Cathedral by The Bishop of London, in recognition of their valuable ministry in the Diocese of London.

/ 5 November 2020

Join us in a month of prayer

As a second lockdown in England comes into force, the Archbishops of Canterbury and York are inviting Christians across the nation to participate … Read more

/ 5 November 2020

Churches to hold month of prayer as second lockdown begins

The Archbishops of Canterbury and York and a number of senior church leaders are inviting Christians across the nation to participate in the month of prayer.

/ 2 November 2020

A letter to clergy from Archbishops Justin Welby and Stephen Cottrell and the Bishop of London

Following the announcement of a second national lockdown, a letter has been sent to all clergy.

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