News & Stories

New Rural Mission Hub at Launde Abbey

Learning and support to those in rural ministry across the Diocese of Leicester, the East Midlands and East Anglia

'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…

Bishop Saju visits Avanti Fields School

Bishop Saju recently visited Avanti Fields secondary school in Hamilton for a question and answer session with year ten students, as part of their study of Christianity.

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.

Loughborough church hosts service for vow to the Single Consecrated Life

This was only the second service of its kind in the diocese

Joy and blessings at ordinations

Find out more about this year's Ordination of Deacons and Priests

The Bishop has appointed Jessie Tang as our new Intercultural Ministry Director

It is hoped that Jessie will start work in our diocese in June

Everyday Calling, Vocations Day 2022. Has God been tapping you on the shoulder recently?

We're becoming increasingly aware in the Church of the importance of every Christian discovering what their particular ministry and vocation is, and one of the signs of a healthy worshipping community is that everyone in the church family - lay or ordained - sees themselves as having a vital part to play in the life and mission of the church and wider community.   Later this month, we are holding a diocesan vocations day, as an opportunity for people to explore their sense of calling - particularly if you've become aware of God ‘tapping you on the shoulder' recently.

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