HEATHROW AIRPORT is the largest in Britain and serves 68 million passengers a year. Naturally, a challenge is posed for Christian ministry. To help alleviate the pressures put on the chaplains the churches have joined together in support of each other. This partnership of chaplains, known as the Local Ecumenical Partnership (LEP), was formed in 2002. On March 13 there was a celebratory service in the Heathrow chapel attended by Auxiliary Bishop John Arnold, where the LEP signed the new constitution and renewed its covenant.
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Keywords: Baa Limited, London Heathrow Airport, M4 Corridor, Chaplain, Local Ecumenical Partnership, Heathrow, Religion / Belief
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