This month confirmation services have taken place at St Deny's, Ibstock, the Parish of the Transfiguration, Market Harborough, and The Church of The Martyrs, Leicester.
- Big Conversations
- Bishop Martyn Blogs
- Bishop Martyn sermons speeches and writings
- Bishop of Leicester
- Bishop of Loughborough
- Children Families and Young People
- Church Buildings
- Eco Communities
- Everyday Action
- Everyday Calling
- Everyday Faith
- Everyday Prayer
- Everyday Witness
- Generous Giving
- Growing Faith
- Intercultural Communities
- Intergenerational Communities
- Lambeth Conference
- Launde Abbey
- Link Diocese
- Mental health
- Minster Communities
- New Communities
- Pioneering and Fresh Expressions
- Reconciling Communities
- Resourcing Churches
- Setting Gods People Free
- Social Responsibility
- St Philips Centre
- Thy Kingdom Come
- Tree of Life
News & Stories
St James the Greater Church has strong links to its local farming community and recently celebrated Plough Sunday with a service of thanksgiving
St Botolph's Church extended its hospitality and showed care for the community by recently hosting an open day for local clubs
At the church of St Mary Magdalene the greatest story ever told played out a little differently
One church community in the diocese is exploring its calling to take care of God’s world around us, through the creation of its eco group.
Lockdown had its disadvantages and devastations, but for one deanery in the diocese, time kept out of its church buildings has helped create a wonderful online worshipping community that continues to flourish post pandemic…
If ever there was a bigger and more prominent prompt for everyday prayer, it’s these carved praying hands in the front garden of St Peter’s Church in Oadby.
The Benefice of Coalville with Bardon Hill and Ravenstone hosted the third and final Big Conversation of 2022, and was a brilliant weekend of conversations about life and faith.
Bishop Saju travelled the diocese on Sunday as he received, baptised, and confirmed candidates from a number of churches and the cathedral.
A new Diocese of Leicester church planted in Hinckley has marked its first year as a worshiping community.