John Stott: Centenary Events

Apr 15, 2021 by

From johnstott.org: John Stott was born 27 April 1921 and died 27 July 2011. His legacy continues. Scroll down to find centenary events arranged by All Souls Church and the ministries he founded: Langham Partnership; LICC (London Institute for Contemporary Christianity); EFAC (the Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion); and others. Join the celebrations! Events include: Services on Sunday 18th April: 9.30 and 11.30am: Exalting the Word of God through Preaching 5.30pm: Proclaiming...

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Politician apologises for church visit

Apr 12, 2021 by

Sir Keir Starmer apologises for visit to church criticised for LGBT stance, BBC News. On 6th April the BBC reported that the Labour leader visited Jesus House in London on Good Friday and later shared a video from his visit online. But after a backlash including from his party’s LGBT+ members, Sir Keir called it a mistake and deleted the clip More analysis and comment, most recent at the top: ‘We have felt prosecuted, judged, and sentenced unfairly’: Jesus House hits back after Sir Keir...

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Christ is risen!

Apr 4, 2021 by

We join with Christians around the world in celebrating the resurrection of Christ! “Christ is Risen!” From Around the World, from Gafcon: Video Easter Day: the triumph of Christ and the reign of grace, by Archbishop Cranmer The empty tomb and the risen Jesus in John 20: video, by Ian Paul, Psephizo Does the resurrection make a difference? By Andrew Symes, Anglican Mainstream History’s Biggest Hoax? Women as Resurrection Witnesses, by Stephanie Jane Judd, The Gospel Coalition...

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Report on Jonathan Fletcher

Mar 24, 2021 by

The full and final report of the independent Lessons Learned review by Thirtyone:eight concerning Jonathan Fletcher and Emmanuel Church Wimbledon was published on Tuesday 23 March. The 146 page report, which also contains an audit of the current safeguarding arrangements at Emmanuel Church Wimbledon can be accessed on the ‘Walking With’ website here. The report contains 66 separate recommendations grouped together under 18 themes which range from leadership and accountability, to effective...

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