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News & Stories
Sunday evening saw the diocese pay a fond farewell to David Monteith at St Mary de Castro church in Leicester. After 13 years in the diocese, David is moving on to take up his new appointment as Dean of Canterbury.
You might not think of hosting a regular coffee morning as loving service of the world. But with isolation and loneliness being shown to have negative effects on our mental and physical health, giving people an opportunity to connect with others can be a real lifeline.
Leicester City Mayor and the Bishop of Leicester were among those speaking at a special event hosted by the University of Leicester to mark four years since the city’s Homelessness Charter was set up.
We now have three areas piloting the Minster Community process in the diocese
The Benefice of Coalville with Bardon Hill and Ravenstone hosted the third and final Big Conversation of 2022, and was a brilliant weekend of conversations about life and faith.
Bishop Saju travelled the diocese on Sunday as he received, baptised, and confirmed candidates from a number of churches and the cathedral.
Bishop Saju recently visited Avanti Fields secondary school in Hamilton for a question and answer session with year ten students, as part of their study of Christianity.
A new Diocese of Leicester church planted in Hinckley has marked its first year as a worshiping community.
All around the diocese, churches, clergy and ministers have been leading services and involved in civic and community events to mark Remembrance Sunday