In this new series of videos Bishop Martyn gives a brief update about some of his work and things going on around the diocese. In this month's update Bishop Martyn talks a bit about the Diocesan Priorities of Intergenerational and Intercultural Communities.
- Big Conversations
- Bishop Guli Blogs
- Bishop Guli sermons speeches and writings
- Bishop Martyn Blogs
- Bishop Martyn sermons speeches and writings
- Bishop of Leicester
- Bishop of Loughborough
- Children Families and Young People
- Church Buildings
- DMK and Kiteto
- Eco Communities
- Everyday Action
- Everyday Calling
- Everyday Faith
- Everyday Prayer
- Everyday Witness
- Generous Giving
- Growing Faith
- Intercultural Communities
- Intergenerational Communities
- Lambeth Conference
- Launde Abbey
- Link Diocese
- Mental health
- New Communities
- Pioneering and Fresh Expressions
- Reconciling Communities
- Resourcing Churches
- Setting Gods People Free
- Social Responsibility
- St Martins Lodge
- St Philips Centre
- Thy Kingdom Come
- Tree of Life
News & Stories
Last month we were delighted to host visitors here in the city and county
People came to pray for unity, reconciliation, harmony and peace among our communities in Leicester.
As disciples, and as a diocese, celebrating diversity and upholding racial justice and equity, is a significant priority. Perhaps it’s something already on your heart, or maybe you want to understand more? Either way, taking this trail is an opportunity to learn and use each globe as a place to pause, and pray.
On Sunday 11 September, Jessie Tang was licensed as Intercultural Ministry Director by Bishop Martyn at a service at the Church of the Martyrs in Leicester.
Leicestershire County Cricket Club has confirmed the inaugural ‘Connecting Communities’ Cricket Match this September.
Global Church: part 3 - building our “dream home”
There’s a play called ‘Ruka’ opening at the Curve theatre in Leicester this weekend, marking the 50th anniversary of the Ugandan Asian exodus. Friend of the diocese and local actor, Christian Obokoh, plays a guide in the drama. We spent a little time talking to him about ‘Ruka’ and how his faith and own family’s journey has inspired him to help tell the Uganda 50 story…
Could you join our Racial Equity Unit?
A church-based project to bring a culturally diverse community together in faith and friendship, is doing well in nurturing good mental health and building bridges between the many different people living in the parish of Evington.