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Seeking Environment Champions in Every Deanery
As we step up our care for God’s creation, the Diocesan Environment Group is hoping to recruit eager participants from each deanery.
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Knife Angel coming to Leicester Cathedral in May
The Knife Angel sculpture, which has been touring towns and cities across the UK including many cathedrals, is coming to Leicester Cathedral. It will be on display in the grounds of the Cathedral from 2 to 29 May.
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Carol's Everyday Faith
Carol Parker from Framland Deanery shares her experience of setting up a fresh expression Church and how she's seen God at work in her life.
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Home for Good Resources for Mothering Sunday
Local charity, Home for Good Leicester has resources for churches planning services for Mothering Sunday.
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Reimagining Mission from Urban Places
An open invitation to anyone interested in mission in urban places to attend an event at St Chad’s Church, Coleman Road, Leicester on the evening of 2 April.
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Safeguarding cases review in the Church of England Diocese of Leicester
Work is underway in churches across the Diocese of Leicester, as part of a nationwide independent review of all clergy and church officer files and to take action on any safeguarding concerns.
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Bishop’s Lent Pilgrimage around Leicestershire community and social action projects
Bishop Guli undertaking more than 30 visits and a charity ‘sleep out’ as part of a Lent Pilgrimage
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Bishop Martyn's latest blog
Extinction or rebellion? Young people and the church. Following debates and votes last week at General Synod (February 2020), Bishop Martyn published his latest blog post..
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Past Cases Review 2
Like all the other dioceses in the Church of England, we are conducting Past Cases Review 2 (PCR 2) into safeguarding matters relating to sexual abuse of children or vulnerable adults.
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Bishop Martyn leads Synod vote to apologise for racism in the Church of England
General Synod votes unanimously after Bishop Martyn talks about the Church taking first steps into a new culture defined by humility
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