Southwark related articles

  1. 25/09/2020

    Bishops of Southwark and Chichester join with other church leaders in a joint statement on the situation in Cameroon. 

  2. 07/10/2022

    In the shadow of The Shard, and close to fashionable Borough Market, a food cooperative providing low cost or free food to 150 families a week is being run by St George the Martyr Church in Southwark.

  3. 30/04/2021

    More than 4,000 Church of England parishes are estimated to have stepped up their support to local communities in the face of rising levels of poverty, loneliness and isolation during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to new research published today.

  4. 10/03/2020

    We’re in the midst of a housing crisis. The Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on Housing, Church and Community believes that, if real change is going to be made, we all need to play our part. For Lent, we’re looking at how individual Christians can get involved. This week, Revd Dr Catherine Shelley writes about her experience of taking in lodgers.

  5. 17/03/2022

    John Rutter’s latest work, composed in response to the invasion of Ukraine, has been performed in a parish church. 

  6. 10/05/2022

    Three clergy from UK Minority Ethnic/Global Majority Heritage backgrounds have been elected to serve on the House of Bishops as part of action towards making the leadership of the Church of England more representative, it was announced today.

  7. 22/03/2020

    The diocese of London is still alive and active but must close buildings in London.

  8. 21/09/2021

    Years after a missionary planted a church in his village in Ghana, Nicholas Lebey is now doing the same in South-East London.

  9. 03/05/2022

    The Ven Dr Rosemarie Mallett will be the next Bishop of Croydon, Downing Street has announced.

  10. 10/10/2022

    This World Mental Health Day, Christ Church in Surbiton is among a number of churches delivering a free, six-week, online mental health course to support adults living with mild to moderate depression and anxiety; and those who care for them.