News & Stories


Gathering together for Leicestershire's Global Carol Service

A feast of colour and culture, the Diocese of Leicester service is open to all. Civic and community guests will be welcomed by the Bishop of Leicester Martyn Snow.


Bishop and Dean of Leicester help The Children's Hospital School mark 70 years

A special service at the Cathedral marked seven decades of the amazing school, which educates hundreds of students too ill to attend their mainstream school.


Double Celebrations at VALL Awards

Two of our diocesan fresh expressions of Church, SoundCafe and The Well, scooped first place at the inaugural Voluntary Action Leicester & Leicestershire (VALL) awards ceremony.


Bishop joins calls for people to Remember Together this November

The Bishop of Leicester has signed a joint letter published in The Observer.


CYM Children, Youth and Mission courses moving to the Diocese of Leicester

The Diocese of Leicester is to be the new home for the Institute for Children, Youth and Mission (iCYM) courses from September 2020.


Bishop and Dean speak of football club Chairman's legacy a year on from the tragic helicopter crash

Bishop and Dean of Leicester speak of football club Chairman's legacy of unity, love and generosity.


Homelessness Charter 'Give Leicester' scheme creates contactless donation points

A scheme is being launched to provide 16 contactless donation points across the city for members of the public to give £3 a time to the One Roof Leicester night shelter to help rough sleepers


Archbishops' College of Evangelists relaunched for a new century

The College of Evangelists has been relaunched to support the Church of England's ambition of seeing 1,000 new evangelists trained to help others share the good news of Jesus Christ across all churchmanship traditions.


Bishop Guli's newspaper article about our vision for a truly diverse Church

Bishop Guli has written a feature for the Church of England Newspaper about our vision for real transformation in Diocese of Leicester churches that will see worshippers willing to be changed by encounter with others.


New forms of church attract thousands of worshippers in Leicestershire

A report assessing the impact of work to develop a wide variety of non-traditional forms of church shows significant growth in worshippers

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