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Video – Everyday Faith Quick Tips – Praying in the Pauses
Do you ever feel like you’re too busy to pray? If so, the reality is probably that you’re too busy not to pray. Here Beth has a quick chat with Matt from the Community of the Tree of Life and picks up some tips about fitting prayer into the busyness of everyday life.
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The Worship Experiment Leicester
The Worship Experiment is an arts collective from Holy Trinity Church Leicester, exploring culture & spirituality through creativity.
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Paul’s Everyday Faith
Paul is a member of Hope Church in Hamilton and recently retired. Having been inspired to live out his faith in the world, he is now a volunteer at Leicester Prison and regularly spends time in Bible study and worship with the prisoners. Here he talks about his everyday faith and how working with those on the margins is deepening his own relationship with God.
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Worshipping Communities around the diocese ‘trying something different’
With so many ways to worship, we’re spoilt for choice when it comes to expressing our faith around the Diocese of Leicester. There are countless churches offering an array of styles and services – and there’s nothing stopping us from seeking out new and inspiring opportunities to praise the Lord, our God.
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Festivities and feasting before the fasting of Lent
Before Lent began there was fun to be had around Shrove Tuesday with pancake parties and antics across the Diocese. On the Thurnby Lodge estate, hundreds of pancakes were devoured during a party hosted by Christ Church.
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Confirmation celebrations
Celebrations were underway in rural Leicestershire when six people were confirmed or received into the Church of England at a special service with Bishop Guli at St Mary’s Church, Barwell.
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Launch of the Windmill Missional Community
On Sunday 10th February, about 90 people of all ages gathered at Bottesford Chapel to see Bishop Martyn launch the Windmill Missional Community as a lay led BMO (Bishop’s Mission Order).
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Messy Church at St Thomas the Apostle in South Wigston
A ‘fun’ style of worship is breathing new life into the church of St Thomas the Apostle in South Wigston.
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Laughter and serious reflection on faith were evidenced at the 'Pizza night'
Fun, laughter and serious reflection on faith were all in evidence at the “Pizza and Prayer evening” at the Cathedral. The event, a follow-up to last year’s Bishop’s Big Conversation weekend was attended by members of Chalk (the Cathedral’s youth ministry), youth and children from the choir or congregation members aged between 11 and 15.
Open Laughter and serious reflection on faith were evidenced at the 'Pizza night'

Hannah’s Everyday Faith
Hannah Miles has done just that. The 18 year-old is on a ‘gap year’ from her studies and will be traveling to Malawi next month (March 15th) to work with children in crisis centres and orphanages where HIV and AIDS is having a drastic effect on people’s lives.
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