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Plant, Grow, Live at The Growing Hub in Thurnby Lodge
Cauliflowers fluffy and cabbages green, strawberries and runner beans as tall as we’ve seen… The Growing Hub in Thurnby Lodge is taking tasty shape around the Christchurch building and it’s an exciting prospect for both the church and its community.
Open Plant, Grow, Live at The Growing Hub in Thurnby Lodge

Leicester neighbours thank their lockdown heroes
St Philips Centre organised some special events for Thank You Day
Open Leicester neighbours thank their lockdown heroes

Cathedral 'Light' show goes online as a gift to the city and county
Stunning artwork by Luxmuralis shared online for everyone to enjoy
Open Cathedral 'Light' show goes online as a gift to the city and county

Memorial of Lament Service with a candle lit for each of 2,000 lives lost to Covid in Leicestershire
Making space for grief and lament as we approach the anniversary of the first lockdown
Open Memorial of Lament Service with a candle lit for each of 2,000 lives lost to Covid in Leicestershire

National Day of Reflection
On 23 March 2021, it’ll be one year since the first UK lockdown. Since then, many people have been bereaved, both as a result of Covid-19 and due to other causes. Find out more about how your church could mark this day in your community and about Leicester Cathedral's Memorial of Lament taking place in the evening online.
Open National Day of Reflection

Bishop's Reflections #4 The Gift of a New Language
In this week's reflection Bishop Martyn thinks about the gift of a new language - the language of lament
Open Bishop's Reflections #4 The Gift of a New Language

Bishop's Reflections #3 - The Gift of Waiting
In this week's reflection Bishop Martyn thinks about the gift of waiting
Open Bishop's Reflections #3 - The Gift of Waiting

Gift of Prayer: Bishop's Reflections #2
In this week's reflection Bishop Martyn thinks about the gift of prayer
Open Gift of Prayer: Bishop's Reflections #2

Streets of Light
If you take a stroll around the streets of Loughborough right now you’re sure to spot hundreds of windows emblazoned with bright, shining pictures. This captivating artwork has been created to share love, light and hope in the community during these dark and gloomy days, as part of an initiative called Loughborough Streets of Light.    
Open Streets of Light

First-ever Drive-in Harvest Festival
Our Rural Officer has led the first-ever drive-in harvest festival service for Leicestershire Young Farmers
Open First-ever Drive-in Harvest Festival

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