A 'delightful day' was had at Launde Abbey by retired clergy who served in the diocese, plus those who now live here.
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News & Stories
Creationtide is a great time to start, or expand upon, our eco-conscious endeavours. A place for inspiration might be the Western Park Green Fair!
On Thursday 14 September, Bishop Martyn spoke in the House of Lords calling for a robust long-term strategy from Government to help people of different faiths and cultures live well together here in the UK.
As the Diocese of Coventry enters a period of Vacancy-in See, Bishop Saju has agreed to provide one day a week of support, serving as one of their Assistant Bishops.
How do we authentically hear and respond to the voice of children and young people in the Diocese of Leicester? To find some answers, we have been experimenting with a termly, youth-led, listening process.
As part of our commitment to becoming an Eco Diocese, the Silver Eco Church Award recognises the hard work the team at St Martins House has carried out in caring for God's creation.
How one deanery in the diocese has found strength, support and serenity in the power of praying together across its parish lines and benefices.
It was a great occasion to bring Anglicans of Global Majority Heritage together - to worship together and reflect together and explore the Living in Love and Faith (LLF) conversation.
This year's Church of England Christmas campaign highlights how singing can help us draw closer to God and each other
Two women at the heart of their church communities in the diocese have been recognised for their loving service and care in the recent BBC Radio Leicester Make a Difference Awards