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Farewell to the Ngoy family!
Yesterday saw the diocese bid a fond farewell to Lusa Nsenga Ngoy at a special service held at All Saints with Holy Trinity Church in Loughborough. The service was led by Bishop Martyn and Wendy Dalrymple, Rector of the Parish of All Saints, which is one of the diocese's designated Intercultural Worshipping Communities.
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New Diocesan Catholic Fellowship
Find out more about the new Diocesan Catholic Fellowship group
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Our journey into Minster Communities
This video gives further details about how each community will move from where they are now into Minster Communities by 2026. There are downloadable resources to share with your communities.
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Services of farewell, consecration and welcome!
Find out more about the farewell service for Revd Canon Lusa Nsenga-Ngoy, the consecration service during which Lusa will be consecrated Bishop of Willesden and Saju Muthalaly will be consecrated Bishop of Loughborough and the welcome service for Saju Muthalaly, Bishop-elect of Loughborough.
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Community engagement over Christmas 2021
Another Christmas interrupted by Covid did little to stop our churches and fresh expressions from sharing the Good News with their communities over the festive period. It never fails to make us smile at the new and innovative ways Christians within our diocese find to engage with one another, no matter the restrictions in place.  
Open Community engagement over Christmas 2021

Meet Florence Gildea our Bishop's Social Policy Adviser
Jon Barrett interviews our new Bishop's Social Policy Adviser Florence Gildea about her new role, her experience and what excites her about social action.
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Churches see the blessing of their outdoor spaces through lockdown
We often think about how best to use our church buildings; but how about putting some thought into how we use the outside spaces that surround them? Covid restrictions and trying to be Covid-responsible led to churches in one of our parishes coming up with new and engaging ways to use their outside space for mission in their community. St Nicholas and St Hugh, in the Parish of the Transfiguration, Little Bowden, have made the most of their outside space in some of the most difficult times during the last two years.
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Cathedral on the move as the building is closed until 2023
The Leicester Cathedral Revealed project is underway with extensive building works inside and out
Open Cathedral on the move as the building is closed  until 2023

Statements from the Diocese and Bishop of Leicester
A former clergy person in the diocese has been convicted of sexual offences from his time as a teacher in a non-church school in the 1970s
Open Statements from the Diocese and Bishop of Leicester

New youth group meet in Great Glen during Advent
A fledgling church youth group has come together during Advent, to learn, laugh, eat dessert and explore faith together for the first time. The group made up of four teenagers, four adult leaders and curate Revd Ben Williams, have been meeting on Monday evenings since mid-November in Great Glen.
Open New youth group meet in Great Glen during Advent

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