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Bishop Saju's Video Message on Learnings from Resourcing Churches

Bishop Saju shares some of the learning from leaders from the resourcing churches and the insights which are important for churches of all contexts and traditions in our diocese as well as an update on the successes of the programme.

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Reaching New People, Enabling New Leaders

An update from the Resourcing Churches Programme from Revd Michael Broadley and Revd Sami Lindsey, who have recently been appointed to help lead the programme.


The growth of Living Hope Church

Hope springs eternal in a new worshipping community planted in Thurmaston

Baptisms at St Barnabas

There was great joy at a recent service of Baptism at St Barnabas Grange Park in Loughborough, one of our Resourcing Church plants.

Twelve people confirmed in January across the diocese

This month confirmation services have taken place at St Deny's, Ibstock, the Parish of the Transfiguration, Market Harborough, and The Church of The Martyrs, Leicester.

The Beacon Church Celebrates Its First Year

A new Diocese of Leicester church planted in Hinckley has marked its first year as a worshiping community.

Limitless launched in Market Harborough

Spirits were high at the church of St Hugh on Sunday, as members of the five Harborough Anglican Churches came together to launch Limitless, a new youth focused intergenerational worshipping community. It was an evening of celebration, with live music, Bible study, brightly coloured bunting and a spectacular cake.

Synod explores New Communities strategic priority

As we continue to journey into what it means to be Shaped By God Together, Diocesan Synod is focusing on one of the five diocesan strategic priorities at each of its meetings in 2022 and 2023. At the last meeting it turned to focus on the priority of new worshipping communities.  Jonathan Dowman, who leads our work with fresh expressions of Church, and Barry Hill, who leads our work with Resourcing Churches presented more on the why, what and how of new worshipping communities and pioneering. 

New church plant formed during lockdown starts weekly services

The last eighteen months haven't been easy for any of our churches. We've faced new challenges and learnt new skills, and now many of us are far more adept at Zoom or taking church online than we'd ever have thought we would be. Most of us have found that it's been hard enough to sustain what already exists, so imagine what it must be like to try and launch a brand new church during a pandemic. That's what The Beacon in Hinckley have done. 

Licensing at St Peter's signals new season of mission for Oadby church

Yesterday saw Jon Tearne and Sami Lindsey licensed to St Peter's, Oadby as part of an exciting plan to revitalise the church's mission and ministry there. The vision is to continue to build on St Peter's well established and valued civic role and to become more intentionally mission focussed, with a particular emphasis on engaging with children, young people, families, and young adults.

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