Living in Love & Faith

Church communities across Somerset are being encouraged to take part in a process of learning and praying together as part of discerning a way forward for the Church in relation to matters of identity, sexuality, relationships and marriage.

Churches have been asked to take part in the course by the end of April 2022 and to share their learnings, reflections and insights via the online hub or email.


LLF in Bath & Wells

Join the conversation: Find out how you can engage with the LLF process in Bath and Wells. 


LLF Learning Hub

The resources explore these matters by studying what the Bible, theology, history and the social and biological sciences have to say, and by telling the real-life stories of followers of Christ with diverse experiences and convictions.


Resources for young people

Sign into the Learning Hub to access the dedicated resources to help facilitate LLF conversations with young people (14 to 25).


LLF Chaplains

Meet our LLF chaplains, here to listen, care and pray for all involved in the LLF journey.


The Pastoral Principles

The LLF resources are used within the guidance set by the Pastoral Principles, developed to encourage everyone to examine attitudes that can be roadblocks to learning together, and to loving and trusting one another.


LLF Facilitators

We have 21 trained facilitators to help groups of parishes, deanery groups and other groupings with the LLF course. Contact Allie White to find out more.

Who to contact

If you have questions about LLF and how conversations should be held in the diocese, contact Kate Scott, Bishops' Chaplain.