On Saturday 27 January, nearly a hundred leaders from across the diocese gathered for a discernment morning to shape and guide the development of our diocesan strategy.
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- St Philips Centre
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News & Stories
Next month we are holding a diocesan vocations day, as an opportunity for people to explore their sense of calling.
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.
CAFÉ NO:7, which is located in St Martin’s House next to Leicester Cathedral, has created its own unique coffee brand to support One Roof Leicester - a homelessness charity, deeply rooted in Leicester.
Anne Scott, a licensed pioneer in the diocese and member of the diocese's Eco Group, reflects on the main takeaways from the Bishops' Study Day on Eco Communities.
The Outdoor Worship Leicestershire (OWL) Network held their first conference on 28 October in the grounds of Overdale Junior School in Knighton.
Creationtide is a great time to start, or expand upon, our eco-conscious endeavours. A place for inspiration might be the Western Park Green Fair!
As part of our commitment to becoming an Eco Diocese, the Silver Eco Church Award recognises the hard work the team at St Martins House has carried out in caring for God's creation.
Malcolm, a member of one of our worshipping communities who works with the Farming Community Network has provided an updated first verse to the much-loved hymn We Plough the Fields and Scatter, which is more in line with modern agricultural practices.
During the upcoming season of Creationtide we will be sharing quote from some of the Letters for Creation that have been written by senior clergy from around the Anglican Communion.