Churches have strived to support communities and spread a message of hope during the pandemic. Places of worships have had
As Christmas Day draws closer SWL spoke to one of the UK’s youngest Imams about his family’s Christmas plans and
Millennial and ‘gen Z’ cohorts are embracing New Age practices in a time of uncertainty. Mercury is in retrograde.
Leaders of Merton’s London Borough of Culture bid embarked on a road trip to reveal the area’s rich cultural history.
London stars will give festive readings at the Stroke Association’s annual carol service at Holy Trinity Church tonight. Former Who
“There was something extraordinary about her” – Diana’s priest speaks about Dodi Fayed, her visits from beyond the grave and the legacy she has left
A south west London priest has opened up about his relationship with Princess Diana, 20 years after her death. Father
The European Court of Justice has ruled that companies can lawfully ban employees from wearing headscarves and religious symbols under
From sugar to cigarettes, it’s Ash Wednesday tomorrow which means it’s the time of year again when the nation vows
Wimbledon peer demands attacks against Sikhs mistaken as Muslims to be recorded as separate hate crime
A Sikh charity based in Wimbledon is calling for hate crimes against people of all religions, not just Islam and
London congregations responsible for looking after listed places of worship can now apply to a new £15million fund. The grants
It’s official: we love food more than we love God. Or so according to a recent survey which pitched the