Bishop Saju visited Guru Tegh Bahadur Gurudwara in Leicester, together with Tom Wilson from the St Philip’s Centre.
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News & Stories
At a time when important, and often difficult, conversations are being held within the Church of England, Christians around the diocese are being encouraged to engage with the reconciliation ministry course, Difference.
We believe the children are our future, and that future looks bright if the children of South Kilworth Church of England Primary are anything to go by.
Bishop Saju took time to meet and worship with many people around the diocese during October, admitting to communion, baptising and confirming a number of candidates on his journeys.
Around the diocese, across our many worshipping communities in our schools, churches and fresh expressions, people have been celebrating Harvest and giving praise to God.
Read Revd Phillippa Taylor's story, and how it has inspired her to hold a Baby Loss Service for anyone who has also been affected.
This patchwork quilt has been lovingly hand-stitched by a faithful and faith-filled network of quilters, who regularly retreat at Launde Abbey, to raise money for Ukrainian people living in Leicester.
A 'delightful day' was had at Launde Abbey by retired clergy who served in the diocese, plus those who now live here.
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.
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.