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/ 1 June 2021

Four new Prebendaries of St Paul’s Cathedral

In recognition of their valuable ministry in the Diocese, four members of clergy have been announced as Prebendaries of St Paul’s.

St Paul's Cathedral Choir © Graham Lacdao/St Paul's Cathedral
/ 25 May 2021

Update on singing in churches

An update on singing in churches from the Bishop of London, the Rt Rev and Rt Hon Dame Sarah Mullally DBE.

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/ 24 May 2021

Permitted Activities from 17th May

Outlining changes in guidance for churches following the ease of restrictions.

/ 19 May 2021

Archdeacon of Hackney to step down in the summer

The Venerable Liz Adekunle, Archdeacon of Hackney, is to step down from her role later this year.

/ 17 May 2021

A joint day out (finally!) for Kensington Area youth

Rachel Burnell from St. John’s with St. Mary’s Isleworth shares some highlights from the first Kensington Area Youth away day since the pandemic.

Filipino Ascension Day Service at St John's Notting Hill
/ 17 May 2021

Bishop of London joins celebration for 15 years of the Filipino Chaplaincy

The Bishop of London visited St John’s Notting Hill on Ascension Day, to celebrate 500 years of Christianity in the Philippines and 15 years of the Filipino Chaplaincy in the Diocese.

/ 17 May 2021

Church of England sets out entitlement for collective worship

Worship in schools should be “inclusive, invitational and inspiring” according to the Church of England’s new statement for collective worship.

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/ 12 May 2021

National Register of Clergy now live

The National Register of the Church’s clergy with a licence or Permission to Officiate (PTO) is now publicly available on the Church of England website.

/ 12 May 2021

Stand for Diocesan Synod

Elections are being held for the London Diocesan Synod. We want to encourage a wide range of people to stand.

/ 12 May 2021

Join our senior clergy for TKC Morning Prayer

View a list of the senior clergy who will lead Morning Prayer each day during Thy Kingdom Come.

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