Year: 2021

Volume 2 – Issue 09

All across the western world the church is undergoing profound
change. Until recently, the story was largely one of decline with widespread predictions that the church was going to become extinct in the UK by the middle of the 21st century.

Volume 2 – Issue 07

The Great Francis Street Church of Christ meeting in Nechells, Birmingham, recently celebrated their 150th anniversary. The church began in 1871 as a church that wanted to meet the needs of the many poor people who were housed near to the city

Volume 2 – Issue 06

Ten of us from our local Life Group met together in a front room this week. Hardly front-page news and yet in its own way very significant. Our Life Group (or home group) has been meeting on Zoom most weeks for the past 18 months. So, this
was the first time

Volume 2 – Issue 05

When I was a child, growing up in an FCC church in Scotland, I loved to read missionary stories, and most of all, the stories of those who were taking the gospel to the islands of the South Pacific. It sounded wonderful to hear of the expansion of the gospel in those far off lands.

Volume 2 – Issue 04

Women outnumber men in the church pews, often in serving behind the scenes, in prayer, in faithful support and in so many other ways. But, until recently women have not featured visibly in the public ministry and leadership of the church…

Volume 2 – Issue 03

We are so pleased to welcome the first church from the Republic of Ireland to join FCC. They are called Community Christian Church, and meet at Unit 2 Gáirdín Mháire, Moycullen, Galway. The church was planted by two couples …

Volume 2 – Issue 02

In John 15:15 Jesus speaks to his disciples in the Upper Room and says to them, “I no longer call you servants, because a servant does not know his master’s business. Instead I have called you friends, for everything that I learned from my Father…

Volume 2 – Issue 01

This edition of Connection marks a whole year since lockdown began and we started to publish Connection – initially every week. This second year of publication is now the start of Volume 2…

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