Annual General Meeting – Impact Report 2020

Annual General Meeting – Impact Report 2020

Our Virtual Annual General Meeting took place on 5th July 2021 which highlighted and showcased the past year for LCI staff, partners and members. We are proud of what we have continued to achieve in challenging circumstances and serve the people of Leeds. Please read...
Christianity, Nature & Mental Health: Possibilities and Pitfalls

Christianity, Nature & Mental Health: Possibilities and Pitfalls

We were delighted to welcome Tasia Scrutton, Associate Professor at University of Leeds at the School for Philosophy, Religion and History of Science, at our event for Mental Health Awareness Week 2021.  If you missed the event or want to listen again (it’s well worth...
Climate Change Events 2021

Climate Change Events 2021

We’re building a directory of events happening in Leeds and beyond related to Climate Change, including of course COP 26 in Glasgow later this year.  If your organisation has an event, or series of events, that you would like us to include, please email us at...
HOPE for Easter Sunday – A reflection from Andrew Grinnell

HOPE for Easter Sunday – A reflection from Andrew Grinnell

HOPE for Easter Sunday  It’s a fair claim that 2020 united governments, organisations, faiths and people in hope. We all hoped the virus wouldn’t reach our shores, that our health care provision would be enough, and that a vaccine would be discovered. As we reached...
Time to speak out? by Becky Howcroft, Leeds Citizens

Time to speak out? by Becky Howcroft, Leeds Citizens

“Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves, for the rights of all who are destitute. Speak up and judge fairly; defend the rights of the poor and needy.” Proverbs 3 In the early days of my own journey of faith, this was a strong motivator for making my voice...
HOPE for Easter Sunday – A reflection from Andrew Grinnell

Easter Sunday: 4th April – Andrew Grinnell’s reflection on HOPE

HOPE for Easter Sunday  It’s a fair claim that 2020 united governments, organisations, faiths and people in hope. We all hoped the virus wouldn’t reach our shores, that our health care provision would be enough, and that a vaccine would be discovered. As we reached...