In this week's reflection Bishop Martyn thinks about the gift of a new language - the language of lament
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In this week's reflection Bishop Martyn thinks about the gift of waiting
On Saturday 23 January our annual Called Together Service took place on Zoom. This service should have taken place in October 2020 but was delayed due to the pandemic. Every year this service celebrates the incredible variety and contribution of lay ministers to the Diocese of Leicester. It also gives us the opportunity to pray for the new ministers and encourages us all to consider our own gifts and calling.
This is the second in a series highlighting some of the great work that staff and pupils in our schools are doing alongside people in their own communities and further afield. The first was Barwell CofE Academy which you can see by clicking here.
David Monteith chats to Ruth about what we can learn about small groups, prayer, bible study, discipleship and community from the Wondering Soul exhibition currently taking place in venues across Leicestershire.
The Bishop of Leicester has issued his Easter message, sharing the good news of reconciliation brought by Jesus's death and resurrection.
Do you ever feel like you're too busy to pray? If so, the reality is probably that you're too busy not to pray. Here Beth has a quick chat with Matt from the Community of the Tree of Life and picks up some tips about fitting prayer into the busyness of everyday life.
What do we say when we don't have all the answers? In our first episode of our new series â€œQuick Tipsâ€ we chat to Jon about a handy tip when sharing your faith in everyday conversations
If you've been to one of the Everyday Faith Deanery roadshows you'll have heard our Bishops talking about â€œEveryday Prayerâ€, â€œEveryday Witnessâ€ and â€œEveryday Action.â€
Richard Worsfold has been installed by Bishop Martyn as the new Archdeacon of Leicester.