Empty-handed ministers - 1
In stripping your team of their basic resources, Jesus is forcing you to rely completely on the local resources of those you visit due to your posture of dependence.
Trust in the Church
The Charity Awareness Monitor includes a regular module on trust in public bodies and institutions. How is the Church perceived?
Lifting the Lid
Livability has launched a new, free church Bible study resource regarding mental health. ‘Lifting the Lid’ helps churches engage with the mental health challenges faced by those in their communities.
Where is the UK Church going?
Latest research into UK Church trends. An overview of church life in the UK covering individual years between 2012-2017 and a forecast to 2022.
A life of impossibilities
We desire for transformation to come to those around us and the places we occupy. But what role do we really play in those results? How does God’s power intersect with our passion?
The Church and the World
Christians around the world today find themselves in very different contexts than they did 40 years ago - need to think differently about the people among whom they live and work.
Two examples of church communities using high street cafés and the relationships that are formed.
The New Contextual Church Conference - Durham
@St John's College 3 South Bailey Durham DH1 3RJ
A day conference bringing together pioneers/practitioners and academics researching new forms of church, with keynote speaker, Michael Moynagh. Come to hear the latest research into fresh expressions of church, new contextual churches and new ecclesial communities, and to hear stories from practitioners working in this field.
Faith in Research conference 2018 - Birmingham
@Novotel Hotel 70 Broad Street Birmingham B1 2HT
Insights from keynote speakers: Rt Rev Dr Nigel Peyton, ("More or less the same? Church of England Parish Clergy in the 21st Century") and Heather Buckingham, Church Urban Fund ("Church in Action: A National Survey of Church-based Social Action"). You will also be able to attend two of four breakout sessions which will tackle: Wellbeing, Cultural trends and the church, Chaplaincy, Society and congregations.