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Culture Makers 
A call to Christians not to forget the rest of life and ask the question: ‘What should I be doing in my world to bring God’s redemptive love and power into it?’
Anglican church-based social action 
Responding to social issues and building community. Report on Church in Action 2017: A National Survey of Church Based Social Action.

Events (3 found)

Everything Church Leaders' Retreat - N. Hampshire
@Highfield Park Hotel, Hampshire RG27 0LG
The Everything Retreat is open to church leaders and their teams who want to explore what it means to work for the cultural, social and spiritual renewal of our communities. Attendees come from a wide range of denominations and networks. Speakers include: Jon Tyson, Church of the City, New York - skyping in to talk about building a church committed to the renewal of the city. Rachel Gardner, Romance Academy talking about helping young people engage.
Social Reformers Summer School - Cambridge
@Westminster College, Cambridge CB3 0AA
Over the centuries Christians have cared for the broken and outcast, challenged corruption, and established initiatives to move society closer to God’s intentions and ideals. The Social Reformers Summer School run by Jubilee Centre lays the foundations for social transformation and helps you develop strategies for engagement in your own context and calling.
Churches that Change Communities 2018 - Wimbledon
@Everyday Church, 30 Queen's Rd, Wimbledon, London SW19 8LR
We still have some way to go until we can truly say we have built churches where the poorest and most vulnerable are not only welcomed, but fully included and involved. This national conference, now in its eighth year, will envision, equip and encourage you to increase your impact on those around you and build churches where people from all backgrounds and social situations worship, lead and serve together.

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