News & Stories

National recognition for church which provided a lifeline to families

St John's, Clarendon Park, Leicester was the Central regional winner of the Good News Church Competition run by the insurance company Ecclesiastical.


Bishop Saju in India

Bishop Saju took time off work to visit family and speak at a very special church in India


Sunny Confirmations

This Sunday saw confirmations take place in the sunshine


Get to know Bishop Saju

As Bishop Saju has been Bishop of Loughborough for a couple of months now we caught up with him to get to know him a little better, hear about his initial thoughts about the diocese and his new role.


Committing to Shared Ministry and Growing Faith in rural Leicestershire

A special service was held to welcome Revd Canon Jonathan Dowman in a new role that commits to shared ministry and Growing Faith


Bishop Saju visits Abrahamic communities in Leicester

Bishop Saju had a day of Abrahamic interfaith activity.


Platinum Jubilee Resources

Resources and ideas to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee


Bishops' Easter Message and Services

Bishop of Leicester, Rt Revd Martyn Snow and Bishop of Loughborough, Rt Revd Saju Muthalaly, share their Easter message for 2022.


Two new food pantries are launched!

Last Saturday saw the joint ecumenical launch of two new food pantries in two Leicester city churches, one Anglican and one operated by a Moravian congregation in a Methodist church hall.  Archdeacon Richard and Moravian Bishop Joachim visited both food pantries, at All Saints Belgrave and Wesley Hall Methodist church, and prayed for the two projects as they opened their doors for the first time. 


Intergenerational worship at St Paul's 'All Together' services

As we seek to be more ‘intergenerational' in our worshiping communities, churches around the diocese are experimenting with new and creative ways to explore everyday faith together among all ages. One such church is St Paul's in Oadby who, as an Intercultural Worshiping Community, is on a journey of discovery, growing together in diversity across its many forms.


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