Florence Gildea, Social Policy Advisor to the Bishop of Leicester, offers advice on how churches can support young people’s mental health.
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News & Stories
Loving Service of the World is one of our three priorities as a diocese. So, to find out how parishes across the diocese are serving their communities, the Social Responsibility Panel asked church leaders and church officers what needs they are seeing in their communities, how they’re responding to them, and how the Social Responsibility Panel can best support them.
A village church has launched a Community Pantry to tackle problems including the cost-of-living crisis, wellbeing and ecological concerns such as food waste.
he diocese is partnering with Citizens UK to welcome Ukrainian guests across the diocese.
Leicestershire County Cricket Club has confirmed the inaugural ‘Connecting Communities’ Cricket Match this September.
Our Bishop Mission Order's charity supporting vulnerable people and those experiencing homelessness has launched the film entitled 'Speaking of Homelessness'
Bishop Isaiah and the President of Mothers' Union in Kiteto, is seeking our help at a meeting at a meeting on 22 July.
As international guests start arriving, our Bishops have asked us to pray ahead of he Lambeth Conference
We have signed up to the ‘Find It, Fix It, Prevent It’ initiative of the Church Investors Group.
Could you join our Racial Equity Unit?