Stockwell Baptist Church celebrated its 150th anniversary in July with three days of community activities. They began by remembering the church’s history before a music night and a celebration Sunday as Brian Peters explains.
As Christians, we’re hungry to hear the Bible preached in our churches. But The Globe Church in London has been thinking creatively about how a sermon series can link to an evangelistic event. Jonty Allcock explains how they linked their latest series to an art evening to help the church share the gospel.
Have you noticed anyone loitering around your church building recently whilst gazing at their mobile phone? Well they’re probably playing the new game Pokémon Go. But why does that matter for churches?
We often hear about churches enjoying a joint service every once in a while, but in part of southern England our churches have gone a step further. Richard Underwood reports back from an event in Wiltshire which gathered some of our churches together for an overnight retreat in July.
It’s always encouraging to hear about churches that are worshipping together and looking to form healthy partnerships with one another. Phil Topham has been chatting to a pastor in Birmingham about a joint service aimed at encouraging strong gospel links.
Thursday 14 July 2016 marks a significant day in the ongoing story of FIEC – it’s the day of Roy Saint’s retirement. Roy has served FIEC since 2002 and we asked Richard Underwood to give us the inside story on one of our longest-serving members of staff.
Above Bar Church in Southampton opened a debt centre in October 2014 and it’s been a great opportunity to serve the city and share the gospel. The centre is managed by Ros Briggs and we asked her to tell us a bit more about it.