How do we authentically hear and respond to the voice of children and young people in the Diocese of Leicester? To find some answers, we have been experimenting with a termly, youth-led, listening process.
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News & Stories
As part of our commitment to becoming an Eco Diocese, the Silver Eco Church Award recognises the hard work the team at St Martins House has carried out in caring for God's creation.
How one deanery in the diocese has found strength, support and serenity in the power of praying together across its parish lines and benefices.
It was a great occasion to bring Anglicans of Global Majority Heritage together - to worship together and reflect together and explore the Living in Love and Faith (LLF) conversation.
This year's Church of England Christmas campaign highlights how singing can help us draw closer to God and each other
Two women at the heart of their church communities in the diocese have been recognised for their loving service and care in the recent BBC Radio Leicester Make a Difference Awards
Malcolm, a member of one of our worshipping communities who works with the Farming Community Network has provided an updated first verse to the much-loved hymn We Plough the Fields and Scatter, which is more in line with modern agricultural practices.
This summer, young people from around the diocese have been making memories and forging friendships at Christian camps all over the country.
Feeling a call to spread the Good News of the Gospel on his own discipleship journey, Clive Jackson from Rothley has created a course to equip his fellow Christians in their evangelism.
An integral part of our future diocese, and in the formation of Minster Communities, is the need to prioritise our work with children, young people and families, especially through partnership with our schools. We spoke to Matt Long, our diocesan Youth Engagement and Intergenerational Communities Enabler, about how you can be serving your local school.