News & Stories


Everyday Faith App: Develop a Daily Connection With God

Everyday Faith is the new daily devotional app from the Church of England designed to inspire, equip and encourage you in your faith every day of the week.

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The Dog Days of Summer Services

A recent Sunday morning service at St Peter’s in Horninghold was attended by nine enthusiastic, four-legged friends as the church held its second annual Pets & Prosecco service, celebrating mankind’s special relationship with their furry family members.

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Taking the Next Steps on Your Journey in Faith

If you are seeking to grow in your knowledge of the Christian Faith, deepen your relationship with God and explore how to live out your faith in your whole life, then our Journey in Faith (JiF) course is a great place to start.

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Churches across Coalville Celebrate as 11 People Give Their ‘Yes’ to Christ

It was a service of shared celebration among the congregations of Coalville as 10 people – most of whom were teenagers - were baptised by full immersion, with one renewing their baptism vows, in the grounds of Christ Church.

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Celebrating Baptisms and Confirmations in the Diocese

Our bishops took time to meet and worship with many people around the diocese during the past few months, baptising and confirming a number of candidates on their journeys.

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Café Fifty Five Thurnby: Great Coffee Served With Spiritual Sustenance…

It’s taken patience, perseverance, hard work and a plethora of prayer, but the church and community of St Luke’s in Thurnby are finally realising the rewards of their decade-long project to create Café Fifty Five

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Eastertide Celebrations of Confirmation

Our Bishops have been out and about in the diocese this Eastertide, leading services of confirmation, and sharing in the journeys of those taking their first steps in faith.

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Jane's Challenging Wheelchair Trek for Charity

Jane Henderson from St John's Church in Hinckley is set to roll an epic nine miles across the Malvern Hills Ridge in her all-terrain wheelchair next month, to raise money for Church Army.

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The Licensing of Jan Barlow as an Intercultural Pioneer Minister

Jan Barlow was licensed and welcomed to St Paul’s Church in Oadby on Sunday 7 April, during a joyously intercultural service marking new beginnings and a commitment to shared ministry.

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Everyone is Welcome in God's House

Following their calling to see teenagers and young adults with additional needs raised-up to serve God and their church family, a small team at Holy Trinity Church in Leicester have created a monthly, accessible service.

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