Culture Clash

Stolen from Krish Kandia This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer be valid. Things change on the web and it is impossible for us to keep up to date with everything.

Christianity in Britain. From the Times

Church attendance in Britain is declining so fast that the number of regular churchgoers will be fewer than those attending mosques within a generation, research published today suggests. The fall – from the four million people who attend church at least once a month today – means that the Church of England, Catholicism and other […]

More on Learning about the UK Church

In my post on Where to find information on the church in the UK I included a number of useful links. One which I didn’t include, but which I probably aught to have included is Cranmer. This blog is more politically orientated than some blogs (and I quite often don’t agree with the political stance) […]

Where to look for information on the church in the UK

I was recently asked by a British colleague who works in Africa which websites he should look at for information about Church trends in the UK. For what it’s worth, here are my thoughts on the subject. Church Websites: The truth is that Church websites generally don’t give much information on anything other than the […]

Investing in Volunteers

In a week or two’s time, I’m due to lead a session on ‘Investing in Volunteers’. I’m not entirely sure how I got myself into this and I’m far from sure about what I should say. If anyone reading this has any experience (good or bad) of being a volunteer or in managing volunteers in […]

Challenging Times » Can churches grow?

Challenging Times » Can churches grow? ‘If we are really going to see the Christian faith thrive again then we will need three other things: * Ways to develop and sustain a more radical kind of Christian living (discipleship) * A renewed, thorough and humble engagement with the Scriptures * A determined attempt to understand […]