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News & Stories
There’s a new team of hope-filled, joy-inspiring, God-loving young adults in our diocese, and they’re making waves in our worshipping communities.
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.
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.
A prayer space training course is being held in the diocese during November, to help equip people in their vital work with children and young people across our churches and schools.
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.
This summer, young people from around the diocese have been making memories and forging friendships at Christian camps all over the country.
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.
Revd Liz Wilson talks about how getting involved in Eco Church has helped build relationships with different organisations in the community, including the city council.
Revd Monica Judson has been licensed in the role of Growing Faith Minister in the East Vale of Belvoir