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Bishops' Easter Message

In their Easter message for 2024, Bishop Martyn and Bishop Saju reflect on Jesus' words "Peace be with you" and what that means in times of conflict in the Holy Land, which we know has had an impact in our own communities.

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+Martyn's Monthly updates - January 2023

In this month's update Bishop Martyn explores the diocesan priority of reconciliation and it's wider application in the church and the world.

+Martyn's Monthly updates - December 2022

In this new series of videos Bishop Martyn gives a brief update about some of his work and things going on around the diocese. In this month's update Bishop Martyn talks a bit about the Diocesan Priorities of Intergenerational and Intercultural Communities.

Bishop Martyn's blog from Lambeth Conference: part 2 - power

Part 2 of the Bishop's of Leicester's blog 'A Global Church'

Bishop Martyn's blog from the Lambeth Conference

Part 1 of the Bishop's of Leicester's blog 'A Global Church'

Bishop Martyn's Mercury letter on unity of faiths and shared responsibility in tackling Covid-19 infection rates

As many Leicestershire places of worship remain closed as we mark a year since lockdown began, Bishop Martyn encourages us to take responsibility individually and collectively

Thinking differently about lay ministry - Bishop Martyn's comment piece in the Church Times

Our Lead Bishop for Lay Ministry sees opportunity in reimagining ministry in a way which doesn't diminish the role of clergy but sees it enhanced through a true recognition of the complementary gift of lay ministers.

Church is changing as we face the challenge of Corona virus

The Bishop of Leicester has issued a video message urging us to 'look outwards to care for people and upwards to pray for people'.

Bishop Martyn's latest blog

Extinction or rebellion? Young people and the church. Following debates and votes last week at General Synod (February 2020), Bishop Martyn published his latest blog post..

Bishop Martyn leads Synod vote to apologise for racism in the Church of England

General Synod votes unanimously after Bishop Martyn talks about the Church taking first steps into a new culture defined by humility

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