News & Stories

Jane's Challenging Wheelchair Trek for Charity

Jane Henderson from St John's Church in Hinckley is set to roll an epic nine miles across the Malvern Hills Ridge in her all-terrain wheelchair next month, to raise money for Church Army.

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New Ways of Engaging with Thy Kingdom Come for 2024

Thy Kingdom Come is an annual ecumenical prayer movement which unites Christians around the world in praying from Ascension to Pentecost for the coming of the Spirit and for more people to come to know Christ. This year it will take place from Thursday 9th May to Sunday 19th May, and the national church has produced new and updated resources so everyone can take part.


Bringing People Together on the Way of the Cross

Four parishes have found a creative way of inviting members of their communities and children at their local schools to engage with the events of Holy Week by setting up a Way of the Cross across their churchyards with artwork by local children and audio reflections by their ministers.

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Christina's Call to Lay Ministry in her Church and Community

Called to serve her church and community, Christina Walmsley was recently commissioned as a Locally Authorised Minister at St Matthew’s Church in Worthington.

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Sharing Our Faith

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.

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Mission for St Mary's in Hinckley

A new parish magazine is equipping the church and school family of St Mary’s in their witness and mission across the community

Called Together - A Celebration of Lay Ministry

The church was packed to the rafters for the annual Called Together Service giving thanks for lay ministers across the diocese

Ninety Church Communities on Bishop’s Lent Pilgrimage

The Bishop of Leicester walked and prayed around much of the diocese for the six weekends during Lent

Everyday Witness 'Ashes to Go'

Bishop Martyn joined the Wigston Benefice on Ash Wednesday to mark the beginning of Lent

'Everyday Calling' in the diocese

Glimpses of glory were shared at our annual vocations day

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