News & Stories

Special service of Prayer and Reflection

Our Bishops and civic guests will attend a special Cathedral service open to the public tomorrow evening at 6.30pm at St Mary de Castro Church in Leicester.


A Prayer of Thanksgiving

Join us in prayer


Post-festival buzz

The summer may be fading, but there’s a post-festival buzz still wafting around the diocese. The biggest noise is coming from those who spent a recent bank holiday weekend at Greenbelt. But there have, of course, been other Christian festivals making their mark on our worshipping communities this year.  We took to social media, to find out just what you’ve been saying…  


Limitless launched in Market Harborough

Spirits were high at the church of St Hugh on Sunday, as members of the five Harborough Anglican Churches came together to launch Limitless, a new youth focused intergenerational worshipping community. It was an evening of celebration, with live music, Bible study, brightly coloured bunting and a spectacular cake.


Buckingham Palace announces the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

This is a significant bereavement for our nation and will be felt deeply by many of us.


Launch of St Morrell’s Round by the Bishop of Leicester

An historic pilgrimage site is being revived with a new pilgrim route in rural Leicestershire.


A day retreat of worship, walking, contemplation, and creativity

Church family members and friends from across five parishes, north-east of the diocese, recently came together for a day of worship, walking, contemplation, and creativity, set around the theme of self-awareness within nature.


Touring in Truro - Cathedral Choir’s Cornwall adventure

As well as singing almost daily services in Truro Cathedral, the group made the most of the time in Cornwall with a full programme of activities


More churches are joining the annual Ride+Stride than since before the pandemic

Don't miss out on this fundraising opportunity - register your church or sign up to ride or stride and get your sponsorship form


Tributes to Sir David Samworth

The Bishop and Dean of Leicester and our Director of Education react to the sad news of his death.


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