Diocese of London passes half-way mark in target for 100 new worshipping communities

Posted Jun 6, 2018

[Anglican Communion News Service] The Diocese of London, which covers a large part of Britain’s capital city, has reached the half-way mark in its ambitious plan to open 100 new worshipping communities. Capital Vision 2020 was launched at St Paul’s Cathedral in June 2013. The new worshipping communities are a mixture of new churches and new congregations in existing churches. At the end of April, Bishop of Kensington Graham Tomlin and Bishop of Islington Ric Thorpe launched the 50th community – French Connect – to serve hundreds of thousands of French speakers living in west London.

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