Feeling a call to spread the Good News of the Gospel on his own discipleship journey, Clive Jackson from Rothley has created a course to equip his fellow Christians in their evangelism.
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An integral part of our future diocese, and in the formation of Minster Communities, is the need to prioritise our work with children, young people and families, especially through partnership with our schools. We spoke to Matt Long, our diocesan Youth Engagement and Intergenerational Communities Enabler, about how you can be serving your local school.
Supporting the next phase of our Shaped By God Together Strategy, the diocese is delighted to announce several new national church funded appointments
Jo Griffin looks back on six years running the press office for the Diocese of Leicester and our Bishops.
We spoke to Revd Ed, Minister for the Conventional District of Hamilton, who is part of the Minster Community formation process in Pilot 3.
Emily Williams, our diocesan Disability Awareness Advisor, has helped create a national newsletter as part of the Church’s commitment to deaf and disabled people in our worshipping communities
A guest post by Bishop Martyn for the Confederation of School Trusts’ Blog
An art exhibition displaying the work of Jeremy Thomas, depicting the life of Jesus, is taking place at St Hugh's in Market Harborough this month.
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.
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.