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/ 22 March 2022

Willesden Area Council By-Elections – March 2022

By-Elections to the Willesden Area Council are taking place.


/ 21 March 2022

Co-option of UKME/GMH people to the House of Laity of the Church of England General Synod

The House of Laity is seeking to co-opt five United Kingdom Minority Ethnic/Global Majority Heritage people until the dissolution date of the current General Synod.


Energy Footprint Tool for churches
/ 21 March 2022

The Energy Footprint Tool 2022 open for churches to enter 2021 fuel and power use

The national Church of England Energy Footprint Tool (EFT) is now open for churches to enter their energy use from 2021. 


Chrism Mass St Paul's Cathedral
/ 18 March 2022

An invitation to Chrism Eucharist 2022

All are warmly invited to St Paul’s Cathedral at 10.30am on Thursday 14 April.


/ 18 March 2022

Living in Love and Faith additional resources

An outline of how you could run the LLF course in one day, guidance on running groups with young people, and more


/ 11 March 2022

Hope Church Hounslow Youth tackle fast fashion

The youth team at Hope Church Hounslow has organised a swap shop to tackle fast fashion and reduce clothes waste in their local area.


/ 10 March 2022

London Church Leaders join Faith Minister to show support for Ukrainians

London Church Leaders met with Faith Minister Kemi Badenoch at the Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in London to demonstrate solidarity and support for the Ukrainian people.


/ 10 March 2022

Second pilot training workshop held in Camden: How to establish a vision statement:

Alice Yates tells us about the first workshop for ‘the Camden 4’ – a group of churches whose buildings are on the Heritage at Risk Register. 


/ 10 March 2022

Pilot training workshop held in Camden: How to Develop & Deliver a Heritage Fund Project

Alice Yates tells us about the first workshop for ‘the Camden 4’ – a group of churches whose buildings are on the Heritage at Risk Register. 


/ 9 March 2022

London faith leaders come together to discuss the capital’s health inequalities

A pioneering new initiative, led by the Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, is bringing together leaders from across London’s faith communities to discuss the city’s health inequalities.


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