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Art Exhibition Gives Hope for Prisoners and People Experiencing Homelessness

Artwork produced by men serving a sentence at HMP Leicester is being proudly displayed at Kings Coffee House, Holy Trinity Leicester’s cafe, to raise money to buy sleeping bags and care packages for people experiencing homelessness in the city.

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Café Fifty Five Thurnby: Great Coffee Served With Spiritual Sustenance…

It’s taken patience, perseverance, hard work and a plethora of prayer, but the church and community of St Luke’s in Thurnby are finally realising the rewards of their decade-long project to create Café Fifty Five

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Update from the Diocesan Counselling Service

The new Counselling Service which is available to Clergy and their families, and Licensed Lay Leaders has been up and running since October 2020. This is one avenue of support offered by the Diocese. If you would like to discuss your issues with someone and would like to explore if counselling could offer you the support you need, please contact our Diocesan Counselling Coordinator Anissa Chung on or 0739 819 9392 to book an initial meeting.

New Financial Wellbeing Help for Clergy and Licensed Lay Leaders

Chris Sheldon has been appointed to this new voluntary role

Bishop Guli and Helen Newman discuss Pastoral Supervision

In light of the Clergy Wellbeing Covenant becoming an Act of Synod, Bishop Guli and Revd Canon Helen Newman discuss an aspect of it, pastoral supervision, and the benefits of incorporating it more widely within the Diocese of Leicester.

Introducing our new Counselling Coordinator: Anissa Chung

Anissa will develop the counselling service we offer to clergy, licensed lay leaders and their families.

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