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News & Stories
We are delighted to be partnering with NTCG The LightHouse in bringing back an event in the City Centre on Good Friday.
The LeicesterShire Historic Churches Trust (LHCT) was welcomed at St. Peter’s Church in Gaulby recently for the first in a series of events to celebrate its 60th anniversary.
After visiting Baca in Loughborough, in Autumn 2023, to see its work with child refugees, Bishop Martyn decided to choose it as the charity which the Bishops would support for their 2024 Lent Appeal.
Seven women were commissioned by Bishop Martyn at a service at Leicester Cathedral on Sunday 28 January to serve as the Diocese’s Women’s Ministry Group.
At a service of choral evensong on Sunday 28 January, three new honorary canons were installed at Leicester Cathedral, alongside the Rt Revd Saju Muthalaly, who was installed as Bishop of Loughborough.
The Revd Elizabeth York was licensed as Lead Chaplain of Loughborough University by Bishop Martyn
On Thursday 11 January, Bishop Martyn spoke in the House of Lords about how the Government should respond to the impact of climate change on developing nations.
David Spencer was licensed as Anglican Chaplain of the prison in Leicester just before Christmas.
In their Christmas message, filmed at Launde Abbey, Bishop Martyn and Bishop Saju share what it means for the birth of Christ to have brought joy to the world, even in times of uncertainty and conflict.