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Church growth or kingdom growth focus?
“What do seminaries/bible colleges need to be like to equip the churches to equip God’s people to serve God in the patterns of their work and their play beyond the boundaries of the church?”
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At a Loss - bereavement support
A coalition of Christian organisations has developed resources to help the Church support the bereaved. Especially important due to Covid-19 and the large number of people who are, and will be, seeking help.
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The Invisible Church - an update
Results of a “five years on” study. A substantial proportion of the population beyond current congregational life see themselves as part of the Christian family and are actively pursuing the Jesus Way.
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Faith groups and social cohesion 
Faith groups’ positive contribution to social cohesion deserves greater recognition and greater influence on cohesion policy. "Faith groups play a central role in social cohesion while providing crucial services."
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Turning online attendance to deeper engagement
Turning online attendance to deeper engagement. The transition from cyber church to physical church is not necessarily a smooth or fluid one. Recognise the audience. It's a different audience with a different set of needs.
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We are in the same storm, but not in the same boat 
It is very important to see beyond what is seen at first glance - not just looking, actually seeing. We are all on different ships during this storm experiencing a very different journey. Please realise that and be kind.
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God sent a cleaner
Pastor Lee McClelland recently contracted Covid-19 and was in a critical condition in hospital. "I remember really crying to the Lord and asking him to help me and somehow encourage my heart and strengthen me." The next morning a cleaner came in..
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Becoming a carbon neutral church
There are various sources of information to help you to manage and reduce the carbon footprint of the church i.e. the people and the buildings/events. What actions can you take?
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Religious Change in Britain -1991 to 2018 
Data from British Social Attitudes (BSA) surveys. The questions gauge different aspects of religion in wider society: religious authority, belief in God, other religious beliefs, and religious activity.
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Kingdom in the Workplace 
"I had overlooked my immediate mission field 8 hours a day, five days a week. I observed that my colleagues, were in fact an unreached people group. And they were my people group."
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Events (2 found)

Online - Leading a Church in a Post-Covid Frontline Landscape - part 1
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How can a frontline-friendly church respond to the massive changes over recent months? What does it look like to lead a church in this changing frontline landscape?

Just as our ways of operating as churches have changed, so too many people’s frontlines have altered massively since COVID-19 emerged. There are new uncertainties and anxieties but also new opportunities. There are higher levels of homeworking, with more frontlines moving online – but at the same time, an increased number of people are facing redundancy. Some find themselves busier than before, some more bored than ever. There’s a sense of loss, and, for some, a sense of freedom that comes with new possibilities.

In this two-part afternoon series, we’ll explore how we as church leaders can navigate all this and more in a way that equips God’s people for living well on their changing frontlines. What biblical principles can we offer for such a time as this? Second part 16 March.
09/02/2021
14:00
Online - Leading a Church in a Post-Covid Frontline Landscape - part 2
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How can a frontline-friendly church respond to the massive changes over recent months? What does it look like to lead a church in this changing frontline landscape?

Just as our ways of operating as churches have changed, so too many people’s frontlines have altered massively since COVID-19 emerged. There are new uncertainties and anxieties but also new opportunities. There are higher levels of homeworking, with more frontlines moving online – but at the same time, an increased number of people are facing redundancy. Some find themselves busier than before, some more bored than ever. There’s a sense of loss, and, for some, a sense of freedom that comes with new possibilities.

In this two-part afternoon series, we’ll explore how we as church leaders can navigate all this and more in a way that equips God’s people for living well on their changing frontlines. What biblical principles can we offer for such a time as this? 
16/03/2021
14:00

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