Jean Sutcliffe writes from Chinnor about 120 people involved from a group of churches, and 700 who watched a modern family discuss Easter Eggs and discover the true meaning of Easter for today.
David H Smith writes about the activities of Churches Together Groups and County Conferences in Cornwall.in a Review of 2016.
From Thursday 6th April the Government’s flagship benefit, Universal Credit, will not offer help to the third or subsequent children in a family.
39 Churches and an invitation to join 15,000 people due to attend 2nd and 3rd June BCDO at the norther venue in Cheshire
A service and exhibition to solemnly remember and reflect upon the contributions of African and Caribbean Servicemen to WW1 in Birmingham on Sunday July 2nd 2017.
Society of Ecumenical Studies
'How a better understanding of what too place 500 years ago in Wittenberg can draw people and churches closer together. 17th June 2017.