Loving Coventry one Motofest at a Time

Catalyst, Events, UK August 9, 2016

Have you ever heard of MotoFest? It is a free motorsport festival that takes place across the city of Coventry, including…

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10:10 Day

Commission, Events, Training leaders, UK July 29, 2016

What is 10:10? At Commission we are not only passionate about mission and church planting, but equipping members of our…

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Supporting those in addiction

Audio/Video, Commission, UK July 27, 2016

One of the many ways a church can impact its community is by showing practical love and compassion for disadvantaged…

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Changing the World Through Barn Dances, Folk Bands and a Village Newspaper

Catalyst, UK July 21, 2016

Colin Veysey leads King’s Church, Prestwood and also graced the Sputnikzone at the festival with his band ‘The Wick Trimmers’….

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Pregnancy Crisis Counselling

Commission, UK July 20, 2016

Recently I [Miles Jarvis] was able to grab a coffee with Ali Thompson who runs a local pregnancy crisis centre…

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Salvation, Healing and Carol Services

New Ground, UK July 20, 2016

Adrian Holloway has been a part of Everyday Church and New Ground for two years. At the recent New Ground…

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Developing a community enterprise in Bournemouth

Audio/Video, Commission, Ministry to the poor, UK July 5, 2016

Alan Kenny and his team have been developing a social enterprise in the form of a community garden over the…

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Adoption and Fostering at Life Church Southampton

Commission, Ministry to the poor, News, UK June 28, 2016

Adoption and Fostering is a vital way individuals and families can make a significant difference in a young person’s life….

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Jobs Club at Salisbury City Church

Audio/Video, Commission, Ministry to the poor, UK June 22, 2016

Salisbury City Church have been running a Jobs Club for a several years now. Jen Carter explains more: HOW DID…

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Creating something beautiful

Church planting, New Ground, UK June 22, 2016

In a recent article about London, published in the Financial Times, I [Dominic Toms] read that “so much of the…

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