This patchwork quilt has been lovingly hand-stitched by a faithful and faith-filled network of quilters, who regularly retreat at Launde Abbey, to raise money for Ukrainian people living in Leicester.
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News & Stories
It was a great occasion to bring Anglicans of Global Majority Heritage together - to worship together and reflect together and explore the Living in Love and Faith (LLF) conversation.
Last weekend more than 30 people who are involved in the leadership of our diocesan Intercultural Worshipping Communities (IWCs) gathered at Launde Abbey to worship, pray and learn from one another
The church was packed to the rafters for the annual Called Together Service giving thanks for lay ministers across the diocese
Bishop Martyn has written to MPs within Leicester and Leicestershire to share his concerns about the Government’s recent announcement that people seeking asylum in the UK will be moved out of hotels and into former military barracks and possibly disused ferries.
This Lent we wanted hear from our brothers and sisters from the Global church that we are one part of. We’ve asked Christians from our link dioceses to share something about their ministry, their perspectives on scripture and creation and how we can pray for them. This week we hear from Revd Warren Murphy...
This Lent we wanted hear from our brothers and sisters from the Global church that we are one part of. We’ve asked Christians from our link dioceses to share something about their ministry, their perspectives on scripture and creation and how we can pray for them. This week we hear from Paster Daniel...
Yesterday (11 December) over 170 people gathered for the diocesan Global Carol Service, held at the Church of the Martyrs. Christians from around the world and from across traditions gathered to celebrate the way in which our shared stories connect with the story of the birth of Christ.
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.
Last month we were delighted to host visitors here in the city and county