The Knife Angel sculpture, which has been touring towns and cities across the UK including many cathedrals, is coming to Leicester Cathedral. It will be on display in the grounds of the Cathedral from 2 to 29 May.
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Local charity, Home for Good Leicester has resources for churches planning services for Mothering Sunday.
Bishop Guli undertaking more than 30 visits and a charity â€˜sleep out' as part of a Lent Pilgrimage
Extinction or rebellion? Young people and the church. Following debates and votes last week at General Synod (February 2020), Bishop Martyn published his latest blog post..
Our Bishops have chosen the Together Leicester Cook and Eat project for this year's Lent Appeal
New Patron of the charity, Bishop Guli helped to make a meal, to make beds and joined in social activities with guests.
Bishop Guli urges people to support Christian Aid's Christmas Appeal highlighting the plight of women around the world.
Following an impassioned Presidential Address from the Bishop of Leicester, the Church of England Diocese of Leicester Synod has unanimously voted to work towards achieving a bronze award in the Eco Diocese scheme within two years.
Two of our diocesan fresh expressions of Church, SoundCafe and The Well, scooped first place at the inaugural Voluntary Action Leicester & Leicestershire (VALL) awards ceremony.
Pete reflects on how he lives out his faith everyday through his voluntary work with One Roof Leicester.