A Compassionate Diocese Responding

A Compassionate Diocese Responding

11 December 2017 by Andy Burns in Addiction, Education, Employment & Enterprise, Food Poverty, Health, Homelessness, Housing, Isolation, Money Matters, Political Engagement, Practical Intervention, Prison & Ex-Offenders, Refugee & Asylum, Sex Workers, Street Pastors, Mental Health, Pregnancy Crisis Support.

2017: Together tackling poverty and inequality

Celebrating the number of ministries delivered by parishes in the Diocese of London. Compassionately serving communities with the love of God through 1,500 volunteers, creating positive outcomes for over 14,000 Londoners.

The good news of Jesus Christ motivates people to want to change the world for the better. That’s the message behind these remarkable statistics, which demonstrate the impact that local churches are making across the landscape of London.

Rt Revd Adrian Newman, Bishop of Stepney

2017 has been a wonderful year for us at Capital Mass. To have the opportunity to see and hear the compassionate responses of Parishes loving their communities is always a joy.

Thank you from all of us at Capital Mass and if we can be of service to you in 2018 then please do let us know. Why not drop us an email? Email Andy

Please do look around our website as it’s full of resources and links all with the aim of enabling you to respond into what you see in your community.

Andy Burns

Andy Burns

Andy Burns is Executive Director of Capital Mass.

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