New life in Leicester!

New life in Leicester!
31st Mar 2013

The most important day in the Christian year was especially memorable for seven people this year, after they were baptised outside Leicester Cathedral, going underwater in a special outdoor tank, at a 6am service led by the Bishop of Leicester, Tim Stevens. Continued reading to hear more, see the pictures and read why the resurrection is the hinge of Christianity. Continue Reading
  1. Cathedral prayer, Awaiting the dawn Leicester Cathedral will be open for prayer all night from Holy Saturday into Easter Sunday. Everyone is invited to come to the Cathedral and join the many who are planning to be there. You can come for a short time, or the whole night. Continue Reading
  2. Holy Week and Easter Holy Week leading to Easter Day is celebrated by Christians around the world to commemorate the most important events in Christianity: the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. During the week the Archdeacon of Loughborough, David Newman, who has memorised the entirety of Mark’s Gospel, will be reciting it nine times around Leicestershire. Click to see a video him talk about why? Continue Reading

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    Posted: 23rd Jun 2010
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    Posted: 23rd Jun 2010
  3. Listen to Bishop Tim’s Vocations Day address
    Posted: 23rd Jun 2010
  4. 48 historic churches receive funding for urgent repairs
    Posted: 23rd Jun 2010
  5. Carbon calculator to mark Climate Week
    Posted: 23rd Jun 2010
  6. Annual Vocations Day
    Posted: 23rd Jun 2010
  7. Sing For The King!
    Posted: 23rd Jun 2010

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