Connection

Our regular newsletters offer news of the network, point to a range of current resources and reflect on the mission and ministry issues of the day.

Volume 3 – Issue 6

The theme of much of this edition of Connection is that of Partnership. We will be featuring two partnerships that make up the broader FCC family. The first is a partnership with New
International (NI). NI is a mission organisation which is rooted in Churches of Christ…

Volume 3 – Issue 5

Where does one go to church when on holiday? Lynda and I have been in France for the past few weeks and
have found a lovely Anglican congregation that ministers to both expatriate British people and to visitors…

Volume 3 – Issue 4

Like many of the more historic congregations in FCC, the Burslem Church of Christ has experienced a long and gradual decline combined with a slow ageing of the existing congregation. Eventually, that kind of
change produces a crisis…

Volume 3 – Issue 3

There is increasing evidence that we are living in a “changed era”. That partly means that many things are in flux, they are fluid – changing and changeable. For many that discovery is disturbing. For Christians, it should be exciting as well as challenging. Attitudes to faith are certainly changing…

Volume 3 – Issue 2

The last time we were able to hold a Create Leaders’ Conference was May 2019. The events planned for 2020 and 2021 were cancelled because of Covid. So, when we announced (rather late really) in January 2022 that the May Create Conference was taking place this year, we were not sure what the response might be…

Volume 3 – Issue 1

It’s astonishing how life can change very quickly. For the last two years, our focus of attentionhas been that of Covid – or as we first called it, the Coronavirus. Rather suddenly, the war inUkraine with its daily stories of death and suffering, its impact on refugees, fuel prices, andfood prices has taken centre stage…

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