Continuing our series of stories looking at the variety of Christianity in the Eastlondonlines boroughs, Naomi Joseph joins an order of nuns at their home in Hackney.
We have seen the growth of two Christian churches, but not every denomination is flourishing. In fact, many traditional denominations such as Catholicism are in decline. However, in some pockets of London, the Catholic faith is still vibrant, as we discovered on the 13th floor of a tower block in Hoxton.
The small flat which doubles up as a chapel is home to the Little Sisters of Jesus, an international group of nuns whose community was founded in 1939 by Sister Magdeleine Hutin.
Discover more about their faith, their traditions and what Easter means to them below:
Read the other articles in our Christianity at Easter series here:
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Reporting team: Anja Groner Krogstad, Kyra Hanson, Amalia Illgner and Naomi Joseph.