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News & Stories
We are delighted to be partnering with NTCG The LightHouse in bringing back an event in the City Centre on Good Friday.
Bishop Martyn writes in the Oxford Journal for Intercultural Mission about our diocese’s journey in developing intercultural worshipping communities and his personal journey to becoming more aware of racial injustice in the Church and the wider world.
The churches of Framland, north-east of the diocese, came together for a joint service of Baptism and Confirmation earlier this month.
The Revd Julia Bradshaw was licenced as Anglican Chaplain at HMP Gartree.
Roz Burch and Wendy Bebbington, two members of the Church of the Martyrs, have launched a campaign to encourage people to vote in the forthcoming election as part of their loving service of the world.
The Diocese of Leicester hosted the Reuilly Contact Group for their biennial gathering, supporting ecumenical conversations between British and Irish Anglicans and French Protestants.
Young people from around the Diocese of Leicester showed the Archdeacons of England and Wales how they like to worship by leading a series of prayer and praise sessions.
The LeicesterShire Historic Churches Trust (LHCT) was welcomed at St. Peter’s Church in Gaulby recently for the first in a series of events to celebrate its 60th anniversary.
Bishop Martyn has issued a statement following the announcement that Bishop Helen-Ann is stepping down as Co-Lead Bishop for the Living in Love and Faith process.