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Capital Vision 2020

Through Capital Vision we imagine a Church for London that is Christ-centred and outward looking. We seek to be more confident in speaking and living the Gospel of Jesus Christ, more compassionate in serving communities with the love of God the Father and more creative in reaching new people and places in the power of the Spirit.

Candlemas Farewell Eucharist
/ 16 February 2017

The Richard Chartres Fund for London – A vision for London

In thanksgiving for 21 years of service, we are launching the Richard Chartres Fund for London, with the aim of ensuring London is a city with a flourishing church at the heart of every community.

Watching sports on TV is one of many ways to get people involved in a sports and physical activity ministry.
/ 16 February 2017

Resourcing a physical activity or sports ministry

Matthew Hall highlights some of the many ways in which your church can find resources and ideas for a Sports and Physical Activity Ministry.

Presentation to Team Saphira
/ 13 February 2017

Students help design new worship and community centre

Students from Burlington Danes Academy, a Church of England ARK school in White City, help design a new place of worship for the Old Oak Common development.

Bishop Adrian talks to Toby
/ 10 February 2017

God is already at work here – and has already gone ahead of us

As part of our Frontline Friday series, the Bishop of Stepney talks to Toby about what being an ambassador for Christ means to people in a creative industry.

St Matthew's Bethnal Green art on show in the nave
/ 9 February 2017

Welcoming ‘holy impulses’: the arts at St Matthew’s Bethnal Green

Eric Clark writes about east London’s newest art space at St Matthew’s Bethnal Green.

Andy Burns on the conflicts of being a parent of a future tennis pro.
/ 9 February 2017

Parental conflicts of a child athlete

Andy Burns, Executive Director of Capital Mass, has a very sporty child. Here he discusses the conflicts he has experienced while supporting his son.

Walking Football at Fulham FC and a church near you.
/ 31 January 2017

Walking football: You’ll never walk alone

Mark Bythe of UK Sports Ministries Network encourages churches to get involved with Walking Football groups.

Children playing football outside
/ 31 January 2017

The Church @ the Hut

The Church @ the Hut is one of three plants from St Ann’s South Tottenham. Alan McGuffog writes about the work that he, his wife Amy and the team are doing in the surrounding estates.

Steve Lee teaching young people the discipline of sport
/ 30 January 2017

St Simon’s Packs a Punch

A short film is launched about a boxing club at St Simon’s Church in Shepherd’s Bush.

St Simon's Boxing Club, Shepherd's Bush.
/ 30 January 2017

St Simon’s Boxing Club and the Theology behind it

The Revd Cameron Collington, Vicar of St Simon’s Shepherd’s Bush, discusses the theology behind his church’s Boxing Club, which runs from its hall in the heart of west London.

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