Tag Archives: London

Urban Villages – Radical Church part 1

This is a post written by Ruth Smith, one of our Community Mission Advisors, after her work in the Diocese of Durham and experience of urban villages. This is the first in a three part blog series looking at what … Continue reading

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Lights in Darkest England

Today our guest blogger is Nick Coke, a captain in the Salvation Army. He tells the story of his churches campaign to achieve the living wage for those in the community. An inspiration, demonstrating how much can be achieved when … Continue reading

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Emergent Church in action with Robes

Mat Ray is a member of the Community Mission team, when asked about his experience of social action in the community he answered with this: What happens when an emergent church joins a traditional social action project? What does my … Continue reading

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Church challenge…

Here is a challenge for the church, nationwide – around the world! Many families stop going to church, either because church does not cater effectively for their child with special needs or because they are like Alice and are exhausted … Continue reading

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