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05 June 2020

Churches take a stand against racial injustice

Many Churches are speaking out following the death of George Floyd in the United States and subsequent protests around the world against racial injustice. Pastor Yinka Oyekan, President of the Baptist Union of Great Britain, addresses the ‘ongoing issues that are choking the life out of black people and people of colour’ in the USA…

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05 June 2020

Churches take a stand against racial injustice

Many Churches are speaking out following the death of George Floyd in the United States and subsequent protests around the…

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Talking about mental health

The strains of lockdown are being felt by many. There are a number of Mental Health charities and organisations offering…

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Counting the cost of Coronavirus

The financial challenges facing our communities are more complex and overwhelming than have ever been experienced. The number of people…

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‘We are here for you’

Mark Ryan, Leader of Birmingham City Church, has developed a poster for use by members of BCC, plus any other…

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The Cinnamon Network ‘Project Lab’ competition

Each year, the ‘Cinnamon Network’ invites ambitious church-based projects that want to replicate their work across the country to enter…

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21 May 2020

‘Thy Kingdom Come’ conversations on the Lord’s Prayer

In support of Thy Kingdom Come, a special video has been launched today (Thursday 21 May). The 45-minute presentation features…

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18 May 2020

‘Thy Kingdom Come,’ Thursday 21 – Sunday 31 May

The sixth ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ prayer season will run from Ascension Day, Thursday 21 May, to Pentecost Sunday, 31 May,…

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18 May 2020

The Prime Minister honours Revd Tim Hughes for ‘The UK Blessing’

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has publicly thanked Christian worship leader and Birmingham vicar Revd Tim Hughes for organising ‘The UK…

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Big Church Day in!

Each May Bank Holiday weekend, the ‘Big Church Day Out’ festival of music-and-more in West Sussex attracts over 25,000 visitors….

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