Category Archives: Church Teaching

A good call from the Archbishop of York in Parliament


I have had the privilege to connect with Stephen Cottrell in the past before he became the Archbishop of York so he is someone I very much appreciate. He was involved in a debate that took place last week in … Continue reading

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Holocaust Memorial Day on 27th January 2023


It was very encouraging to read that Bob Blackman who is the Conservative MP for Harrow East has submitted a document in Parliament in celebration of the Holocaust Memorial Day this year. The piece can be seen here on their … Continue reading

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Government fix care system and focus on our Nation


There are two New Year messages taking place from the UK Churches today. This afternoon the Archbishop of Canterbury will be calling the Government to fix the country’s “broken” social care system. In a message broadcast on Sunday afternoon, Justin Welby will … Continue reading

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Churches could ask MPs to support important themes


In the past I have visited a number of Churches that have often prayed for the Government and Parliament and their local Councils and asked for good outcomes to emerge from their involvement. I have also had the opportunity occasionally … Continue reading

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Jim Shannon is celebrating Christmas for Jesus


It is always interesting to read the latest documents supplied in the Early Day Motion session in Parliament by MPs outside of the Government. Most of them are focused on political themes and indeed they are useful to research and … Continue reading

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Could Churches pray and call for food for families


Many Churches are significantly involved in Foodbanks and some across the UK are involved in FareShare agencies. There are also many that are aware of the need for food for children in schools. There have been some MPs who have … Continue reading

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A great December Drop In lunch for Homeless people


At the first Sunday of each month City Gate Church holds a lunch for a number of Homeless people who are based in Brighton and Hove. Along with the Homeless people some others also attend. Today this month’s event was … Continue reading

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Remembrance Sunday across the Nation and beyond


The text from the Chichester Diocese item on Facebook are below and they also included the image next to the image from Chichester Police which was published on twitter at the same time. The image from Chichester has come from … Continue reading

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COP27 Conference needs support from a range of people


A number of years ago when I was working for Churches Together in Sussex I had the privilege of meeting people involved in the JPIT agency which is a very significant organisation amongst several of the National Church structures. It … Continue reading

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Today we can pray for a significant result from COP27


The COP27 event is beginning today and it will run until Friday 18th November. The information of the COP27 can be obtained from a number of locations which includes the United Nations website page which includes this image and the … Continue reading

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