News & Stories


Letters for Creation this Creationtide

During the upcoming season of Creationtide we will be sharing quote from some of the Letters for Creation that have been written by senior clergy from around the Anglican Communion.

Letters for Creation

Building Relationships Through Caring for Creation

Revd Liz Wilson talks about how getting involved in Eco Church has helped build relationships with different organisations in the community, including the city council.

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Bishop’s Council Accepts Modern Slavery Statement for the Diocese

The Bishop’s Council have accepted the first Modern Slavery Statement for the diocese, drafted by Christians in Leicester and Leicestershire Against Modern Slavery (CLLAMS), a sub-group of the Social Responsibility Panel.


Get to know: Claire Bampton, Diocesan Programme Manager

Claire chats to us about herself, her role and her hopes for the Shaped By God Together process.

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Making Eco Action a Priority in Blaby and Across the Diocese

An eco group from All Saints in Blaby has been working hard to raise the church's eco credentials

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Celebrating Confirmations at Emmanuel Church

There was much joy and celebration at Emmanuel Church in Loughborough, as Bishop Saju confirmed several candidates

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Intercultural Worshipping Communities Gather to Learn and Celebrate Together

Last weekend more than 30 people who are involved in the leadership of our diocesan Intercultural Worshipping Communities (IWCs) gathered at Launde Abbey to worship, pray and learn from one another

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Journey in Faith Course Completed in Hinckley

The Journey in Faith course (JiF) has come to an end at St Mary’s Church in Hinckley, with members gathering for their final session recently

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Diocese of Leicester Awarded Strategic Capacity Funding

The Diocese of Leicester has been awarded £925,000 over the next three years to support the formation and equipping of Minster Communities.


New Chancellor of Leicester Diocese Describes Faith as Her “Cornerstone”

Naomi Gyane has been announced as the new Chancellor of the Diocese of Leicester. At 35, she is the youngest Diocesan Chancellor currently serving in the Church of England.

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