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/ 23 June 2021

Licensing of Lay Ministers in 2021

Several Licensed Lay Ministers were admitted and licensed on 24 June 2021 at St John’s West Ealing by the Bishop of Willesden, the Rt Revd Pete Broadbent.


/ 22 June 2021

Reconnecting with families post-lockdown

Dr Sarah Holmes shares what families have been doing during lockdown, what our purpose should be moving forward and how we can listen to and empower children and young people in our churches in this three-part seminar recording.


Fundraising update for summer 2021
/ 18 June 2021

Fundraising Update for Summer 2021

In the past, Grant and Trust fundraising has been seen by many of those seeking project funding as a bit of a ‘golden … Read more


/ 15 June 2021

Ordinations 2021

The 2021 ordination lists of those for those being ordained to the Diaconate and the Priesthood.


Remembering Grenfell lighting candles
/ 15 June 2021

Churches mark fourth anniversary of tragedy at Grenfell Tower

Churches across the diocese marked the fourth anniversary of the tragedy at Grenfell Tower with a series of memorial events.


/ 15 June 2021

Coronavirus restrictions update – response from the Bishop of London

The Bishop of London responds to the prime minister’s announcement on the extended Covid-19 measures until the 19th July.


/ 11 June 2021

Young Christians to march from Cornwall to Glasgow to campaign for Climate Justice

Young Christians to march from Cornwall to Glasgow from the G7 to COP26, to address the Climate Emergency across the summer until October 31st 2021.


/ 10 June 2021

Making Disciples Webinar

We invite you to join Revd Cris Rogers on Monday 28th June 14:00-16:30 as he introduces the benefits of using the Making Disciples … Read more


/ 2 June 2021

Diocese of London appoints new Diocesan Disability Ministry Enabler

The Reverend John Beauchamp has been appointed as the new Diocesan Disability Ministry Enabler.


/ 1 June 2021

Bishop invites churches across the UK to ring their bells to mark 4th anniversary of tragedy at Grenfell Tower

The Bishop of Kensington has invited churches to ring their bells 72 times at 7pm on the 14th June, to mark the fourth anniversary of the Grenfell Tower fire,


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