As part of the church-wide engagement with the Living in Love and Faith resources, everyone who took part was invited to share their learning, insights and reflections. Over 6,000 responses were received, through questionnaires, focus groups, creative responses and a variety of other forms. These responses have been gathered into a report, Listening with Love and Faith. This is accompanied by a more detailed technical report and a reflective essay entitled, Friendship and the Body of Christ. These and the LLF resources will support the bishops in their ongoing discernment process as they seek to discern what they believe God is saying to the Church of England today.
As part of the Living in Love and Faith project, a large-scale art and sound installation called Faith and Fracture was commissioned. It was on display at York Minster from July to September 2022. Members of General Synod, who gathered for Eucharist at the Minster, were able to view and respond to it. A virtual tour of the sculpture can be found here, and a sound track that describes its genesis can be accessed here.