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Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, becomes most senior female bishop in House of Lords

The Bishop of London, Sarah Mullally, has been introduced as a member of the House of Lords, the upper house of the British Parliament.

24 May 2018

Anglican Communion to play active role in next week’s Commonwealth leaders’ meeting

Preparations are almost complete for the biennial meeting of leaders from 53 countries in the Commonwealth of Nations in London.

10 April 2018

Church of England unveils £24 million national investment in new churches and evangelism

The Church of England has announced grants of £24.4 million in the latest tranche of its Renewal and Reform programme funding.

04 January 2018

Former chief nurse Sarah Mullally named as next Bishop of London

A former Chief Nursing Officer for England, Bishop of Crediton Dame Sarah Mullally, has been named as the next Bishop of London.

18 December 2017

Prince of Wales and Archbishop of Canterbury visit site of London Bridge terror attack

Archbishop Justin Welby joined Prince Charles in Southwark Cathedral today to pray for victims of the London Bridge terorr attack.

13 December 2017

Vision for 100 new churches in London begins with first new purpose-built church in 40 years

The Bishop of Edmonton has dedicated a new church in London – the first purpose-built church in the diocese of London for 40 years.

22 November 2017

New discipleship course responds to increases in hunger and hostility to Christ

Eight videos based on Paul’s letter to the Philippians will be released next March with an updated version of the Discipleship Explored programme.

30 October 2017

Cathedral to display “the most dangerous book in Tudor England”

St Paul’s Cathedral in London is set to display one of only three-known surviving copies of “the most dangerous book in Tudor England”.

11 October 2017

Prayers and defiance after London Bridge terror attack

Churches around the UK have been praying for the victims of Saturday night’s terrorist attack in London, their families and friends.

05 June 2017

Churches across London planting trees to make neighbourhoods more "bee friendly"

A tree planting programme for London’s churches supported by the Mayor of London, is aiming to make neighbourhoods greener and more attractive for bees. 

20 February 2017