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The church is the community Jesus gives us – where everyone belongs. Here’s a wonderful story about how Margaret Extance, a volunteer at Christ Church Bayston Hill, set up a coffee morning to help those who are lonely find friends. #FaithInAction
To all our Muslim friends and neighbours, I wish you a blessed Eid al-Fitr!
"It’s been a real journey of learning that my value, significance and meaning doesn’t come from what I do. It comes from the fact that I believe God purposefully created me and he loves me." This is a wonderful article about the young Christians from ...
Archbishops from around the Communion are looking ahead to the Lambeth Conference in 2020 - and reflecting on the importance of the Anglican Communion. Here is a message from Maimbo Mndolwa, Bishop of Tanga and Archbishop of Tanzania:
Today will be an unimaginably difficult day for so many affected by the Grenfell Tower fire. Please hold the community in prayer. Let’s recommit to walk alongside those who grieve – and keep praying for justice, healing and peace.
Archbishops from around the Communion have been sharing their thoughts on the Lambeth Conference in 2020 - and the importance of the Anglican Communion. Here's Bishop of Panama Julio Murray, Primate-elect of Central America.
It’s a tragedy that today around 200,000 people in Britain are homeless. Many churches support people who are homeless - befriending them and providing a listening ear, offering food, night shelters and other practical help. But there is so much mo...
Archbishop Albert Chama, the Anglican Primate of Central Africa, looks ahead to the Lambeth Conference in 2020:
This weekend in Serbia, a country still recovering from devastating conflicts, I urged Christians in Europe to follow the call of Jesus to be peacemakers – working together to love and serve others. The EU has helped bring peace to a continent where ...
For 11 days across the UK, and in over a hundred countries from Bangladesh to South Africa, we came together in prayer in the third year of this movement we call Thy Kingdom Come. We asked God to pour out his Holy Spirit on his united people – to emp...
To everyone who took part in Thy Kingdom Come this year... thank you so much. Praise God for bringing us together in prayer for people to know Jesus Christ!
Archbishop of Canterbury shared The Church of England's photo.
Alexa, ask the Church of England…to say grace before meals, where your nearest church is or what’s a Christening. Say: “Alexa, open the Church of England,” to start the conversation today. www.churchofengland.org/alexa #CofEAlexa
As we continue to pray for the peoples of the Holy Land, here is something we can do to support our brothers and sisters in Gaza. Please consider giving to this emergency appeal by The Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem for the Anglican al-Ahli Arab Hosp...
Do you want to discover your call and your true identity? If you're a Christian aged 20-35, apply now to join The Community of St Anselm: http://stanselm.org.uk/apply/ Got a friend who might be interested? Tag them below ⬇️
If you're a Christian or Muslim age 20-25 and interested in peace-building and reconciliation, here's a really exciting opportunity for you. This conference at the University of Cambridge and Lambeth Palace is a unique chance to meet inspirational fa...
We’re live at Methodist Central Hall Westminster for a special Pentecost service on the last day of Thy Kingdom Come 2018! Let us know where you’re watching and share your prayers in the comments ⬇️
At the heart of what we do and believe as Christians is a revolution. It’s not conventional. It’s not normal. It’s not just living life as it comes. It’s a revolution that should and has and will again transform the world in which we live. It’s a r...
Pentecost is an extraordinary day! This is the beginning of the greatest movement of people in human history - the Jesus movement.