Training Youth Workers

SPC recently ran training for Christian Youth Workers from St John's College in Nottingham.Read more

Training for DMU students on Living Well Together

On Wednesday 10th October, the St Philip's Centre ran a course for DMU students on interfaith activism.Read more

Bishop Guli visits Loughborough University Centre for Faiths and Spirituality

Bishop Guli speaks of living well together on her first visit to Loughborough University.Read more

Remembering Srebrenica

Centre Director Tom Wilson recently visited Bosnia as part of a Remembering Srebrenica delegationRead more

SPC's work showcased at Methodist Synod

Laura Johnson was recently invited to speak at the Methodist Synod. Find out more here.Read more

Great start to a new season of Religion & Belief Roadshows

The first R & B Roadshow of this academic year took place at Morvern Park Primary School in Kirkby-in-Ashfield. Read all about it here.Read more

Focus on ... Hinduism

The latest "Focus on ..." session for Christians looked at HinduismRead more

North-west Leicester Deanery Roadshow

On the evening of Thursday 6th September, a group from St Philip's Centre travelled to Blackfordby School to run an interfaith roadshow for members of North west Leicester Deanery Synod.Read more

Volunteer Vacancies at Cruse Bereavement Care (Leicestershire & Rutland)

Cruse Bereavement Care exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. The services are free and rely on donations to continue. They are currently looking for volunteers to fill a variety of roles.Read more

Living Well Together Southwell Minster

On Tuesday 10th July, students from six Church of England secondary schools gathered in Southwell Minister for a workshop on the theme of Learning to Live Well TogetherRead more

Churches join SPC's Member Churches Scheme

A big THANK YOU to the churches who have joined our new Member Churches SchemeRead more

Living Well Together Workshop

One hundred and eighty pupils met on Wednesday 27th June for a workshop on living well togetherRead more

Reflections on Hindu-Christian dialogue

Some reflections from a day of Hindu-Christian dialogue held in Birmingham on Saturday 16th JuneRead more

Integration Round Table seminar held at SPC

Colleagues from the Ministry for Housing, Communities & Local Government were welcomed to St Philip's Centre on 30th May 2018.Read more

Near Neighbours Small Grants in Leicester & Nottingham 2018-19

A new round of funding has opened for communities within the cities of Leicester and NottinghamRead more

Placement Student Reflects

A Church of England trainee vicar reflects on her time at SPC.Read more

180 pupils visit National Holocaust Centre

As part of the Living Well Together project that the St Philip's Centre is running, we facilitated a visit to the National Holocaust Centre in Laxton for 180 year five pupils from Krishna Avanti, Linden and Mayflower Primary Schools on Monday 4th and Tuesday 5th JuneRead more

Centre Director speaks at Dialogue Society Iftar

On Friday 25th May, the Centre Director was one of a number of guests at the Dialogue Society's Iftar held at the African Caribbean Centre.Read more

Resident Friend required for Leicester Quaker Meeting

Leicester Quaker Meeting is looking for a volunteer to live in the Meeting House and to help create a welcoming presence.Read more

Bishops visit local mosques during Ramadan

Rt Revd Martyn Snow, Bishop of Leicester, and Rt Revd Guli Francis-Deqhani, Bishop of Loughborough, both visited local mosques recently during RamadanRead more

Easter and Passover

SPC recently ran a Festivals and Faith session contrasting Easter and PassoverRead more

NSPCC Training

Trustees, staff and volunteers all received training from the NSPCCRead more

Report on Focus on Buddhism

A report on the latest Focus On...session for local Christians.Read more

Near Neighbours Launches its Fifth Year of Activity

Near Neighbours has received funding for a fifth round of activity! Find out more on this page.Read more