Bishop Martyn writes in the Oxford Journal for Intercultural Mission about our diocese’s journey in developing intercultural worshipping communities and his personal journey to becoming more aware of racial injustice in the Church and the wider world.
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News & Stories
On Thursday 11 January, Bishop Martyn spoke in the House of Lords about how the Government should respond to the impact of climate change on developing nations.
In their Christmas message, filmed at Launde Abbey, Bishop Martyn and Bishop Saju share what it means for the birth of Christ to have brought joy to the world, even in times of uncertainty and conflict.
On Tuesday 17 October, Bishop Martyn gave the keynote address at Reconciliation Initiatives’ first racial justice conference, drawing on his reflections on our diocese's journey towards intercultural communities.
Bishop Martyn spoke during a short debate in the House of Lords and called for the Government to increase the social housing stock.
Bishop Martyn spoke in the House of Lords today in favour of the Carers' Leave Bill which, if passed, would give employees the right to a week's leave to help them manage their caring responsibilities.
Bishop Martyn speaks out against aggression that has hurt LGBTQI+ Christians
Bishops committed to a church that is diverse, where people can hold very different views and nevertheless live well together, and worship and work together in God’s kingdom
The LLF proposals will be outlined in a report to the Church’s General Synod, which meets in London in February.
The Bishop of Leicester spoke in a House of Lords debate on the Civil Contingencies Act