Where mercy and justice meet
Draft conference programme
We are pleased to announce the draft programme for our 2017 Churches that Change Communities conference...
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August
05
Author
Jubilee+ Team
Seminar speakers at this year's conference
Seminar and speaker information for our seventh annual conference...
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July
29
Author
Jubilee+ Team
You are free...
More than 45 million people are trapped in slavery around the world – more than any other point in history, even during the trans-Atlantic slave trade...
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June
14
Author
Esther Swaffield
Post-Brexit blogs
The final post in this pre-election series on Brexit...
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June
04
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
Churches in the wake of Brexit
While food banks have been the signpost that have put plenty of churches on the map in the last couple of years, there is still more that can be done...
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June
01
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
The political shift
Churches need to work harder than ever to encourage authentic, mature, relationships, where partisan politics won't divide us...
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May
28
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
The next generation
If Brexit showed us anything, it is that an overwhelming amount of young people wanted to remain as part of the EU...
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May
26
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
The Sidelined
As a result of Brexit, there are many people feeling disempowered. Whether they feel unheard or just angry at the situation, the outcome of disempowerment is the same...
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May
19
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
The 'sidelined' culture
This is the first post in a series of blogs about Brexit by guest contributor Edd Graham-Hyde. (More about Edd below.) In this post, he offers an explanation about some of the socio-economic background issues that led to, and will […]
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May
16
Author
Edd Graham-Hyde
Who will you vote for?
The General Election takes place four weeks today. 'Who will you vote for?' is a fair question, but it is not the right question...
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May
11
Author
Simon Elliott
The new measure of the church’s influence
In many ways we can say that the influence of the Church is in decline. However, there is another side to the story...
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January
19
Author
Martin Charlesworth
Brexit Britain: what now for the nation?
From where I stand, here are the four most important and obvious issues that the UK faces in post-Brexit Britain...
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July
26
Author
Martin Charlesworth
Brexit Britain: what now for the Church?
So where do we go from here in the strange surreal world of Brexit Britain? The decision has been made, but the divorce with the EU has not really begun. No one quite knows what is going to happen or how it is all going to work out […]
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July
22
Author
Martin Charlesworth
Brexit Britain: tensions in the Church?
I’m writing this piece two weeks after the EU Referendum. It was a referendum with multiplied unintended consequences. Here’s one of them: it has exposed tensions and differences within the Church that are going to need addressing […]
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July
12
Author
Martin Charlesworth

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