News & Stories

'Everyday Calling' in the diocese

Glimpses of glory were shared at our annual vocations day

Alan's 'postie ministry'

The retired postman talks about his faithful service to the Great Bowden community and beyond

Online service flourishes in the rural parishes of Launde deanery

Lockdown had its disadvantages and devastations, but for one deanery in the diocese, time kept out of its church buildings has helped create a wonderful online worshipping community that continues to flourish post pandemic…

Newly Licensed Associate Ministers

A service to license several lay Associate Ministers, and to celebrate ‘everyday gifts’ and the ministry of all God’s people in the Diocese of Leicester, was held yesterday at St Catherine’s Church in Burbage.

Laura's Everyday Action - Baby Basics

As Christians we are called to serve our community and love our neighbour, but that calling was so strong for Laura, she had vulnerable families in our diocese on her heart before she had even moved to Leicester.

Celebration at Called Together Service

On Saturday 9 October the annual Called Together service took place at Leicester Cathedral.

Sarah's Everyday Faith at Work

Sarah Evans is a Christian who worships at St John's Church in Hinckley and has been a midwife for more than 15 years - her entire career working at the Leicester Royal Infirmary. Here she talks about how her faith sustains her and how prayer carries her through each and every day…

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

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

Everyday Calling in the Diocese of Leicester

Find out more about Everyday Calling in the diocese and how our vison for lay ministry has been renewed over the last year.

Called Together

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.

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