Bishop Guli has written a feature for the Church of England Newspaper about our vision for real transformation in Diocese of Leicester churches that will see worshippers willing to be changed by encounter with others.
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To mark National Hate Crime Awareness Month, Leicestershire Police is holding a Service of Hope and Remembrance and creating a Tree of Hope.
Many of us think that preserving the precious gift of creation in the midst of the climate crisis is something we should acting upon, every day. St Dionysius in Market Harborough, is leading by example and was recently awarded an Eco Church Bronze Award for its efforts.
A special service has marked the milestone of the outdoor Calvary sculpture being in place at St Stephen's Church, East Park Road, Leicester, for a century.
Civic guests gathered to prayer for our county and give thanks for God's blessings at a special service hosted by St Mary's, Melton Mowbray.
A report assessing the impact of work to develop a wide variety of non-traditional forms of church shows significant growth in worshippers
Louise Davis has taken up the role of Chaplain to Leicester City Women Football Club and has been getting to know the players and club members in recent weeks. Louise will be a pastorally proactive, spiritually reactive, non-judgmental listening ear for the club, working with everyone from the Under 9s girls to the physiotherapists, while focusing on the first team female players.
The Church of England's next Archdeacon of Leicester has been named as the Revd Canon Richard Worsfold, currently Area Dean for Leicester and Vicar of the city's Church of the Martyrs.
In this video, we hear from Bishop Guli about what she is looking forward to as well as the main areas of ministry she will be involved in as the new Bishop of Loughborough.
History was made when the Archbishop of Canterbury consecrated the first Bishop of Loughborough, the Rt Revd Guli Francis-Dehqani, at Canterbury Cathedral.