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Updated list of our online services

Online services in LCiGB If the videos do not load try refreshing the page or click on the link to view service in Facebook. Upcoming online services: In English Sunday worship Facebook livestream from St Anne’s Lutheran Church in London at 11.00 am. https://www.facebook.com/StAnnesLutheranChurch/videos Sunday services over Zoom on Sundays…
28 February 2021
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Christian chaplain vacancy at Royal London Hospital

Barts Health NHS Trust (Royal London Hospital) is looking for an enthusiastic, and experienced Christian minister committed to working within a multi-faith chaplaincy team, to provide high quality Spiritual and Religious Care to patients, visitors and staff. The post holder must be an ordained priest in the Church of England…
23 February 2021
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Racial Justice Sunday on Valentine’s Day

The resources for Racial Justice Sunday: Racial Justice Sunday 2021 – 25th anniversary (ctbi.org.uk)   The issues surrounding the “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) movement triggered by the death of George Floyd in the USA and spread around the world was discussed at the last Synod of the LCiGB in April…
10 February 2021
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Virtual Advent Service 2020

Worship together with us! Message by Bishop Tor B. Jørgensen, participants Dean Elīza Zikmane, pastors Paulina Hławiczka, Sarah Farrow, Wendy Sherer, ordinand Meelis Süld, members Christine and Andrew Kenedler. Wishing You a blessed Advent! https://youtu.be/2-wRgtL3zmo
15 December 2020
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Sanctuary at Mansfield: Announcing the Lutheran Council Scholarship

The Council of Lutheran Churches (CLC) is honoured to be supporting Mansfield College, Oxford University, through the funding of a new scholarship. From October 2021, Mansfield will offer a fully funded graduate scholarship for an outstanding scholar who has been forced to migrate from their home and has sought sanctuary…
10 December 2020
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Lutherans in the UK are part of the LWF’s singing communion in Advent 2020

Today the Lutheran World Federation's Advent calendar takes people to the Lutheran Church in Great Britain singing, "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel." Sings Revd Paulina Hlawiczka, soprano and pastor at Trinity Leicester-Nottingham, St Paul’s Corby, and chaplain at the multi-faith student’s chaplaincy at Nottingham University. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PWngZIceI5M   The video highlights…
8 December 2020
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