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Thy Kingdom Come 2022

Thy Kingdom Come came to a close yesterday – an annual event that saw Christians across the Diocese of Leicester joining with Christians around the world in a commitment to pray 24 hours a day for 11 days, from Accession through to Pentecost.

Christian Aid is inviting churches to join together to pray and light candles for Ukraine this Sunday

Prayers for an end to the conflict and for all those affected by the terrible impact of war

Bishop joins Ukraine Church service and vigil near a monument to a genocide almost a century ago

The Bishop of Loughborough attended the service at the Ukrainian Catholic Church in Leicester on Sunday 13 March

Bishops and Archbishops call us to unite in prayer for Ukraine

The Bishops of Leicester and Loughborough have called for time to be set aside for prayer

Art & Soul

A new art, faith and culture group with a Christian ethos has emerged in Leicester, bringing together women from diverse cultural and ethnic backgrounds, who are mostly asylum seekers and refugees.

Everyday Faith during Advent

Here are some online Advent Calendars that you might find helpful aid's in your everyday prayer this Advent season

Bishop re-dedicates restored school bell

A newly restored bell is sounding at All Saints Church of England Primary School in Coalville

Praying for COP26

As the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow is running from 31 October – 12 November 2021 we've compiled a list of resources to help us hold the conference in our prayers.

Ashby Church of England Primary School's Prayer Garden

One of our Church Schools in the North West of the diocese has recently transformed part of its outdoor space into a prayer garden giving all of the children an opportunity to think, observe, and question while taking part in creative prayer activities.

Everyday Faith stories from Leicester Royal Infirmary in its 250th year

Christians tell us how their faith impacts their work in the NHS

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