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Fundraising concepts for any church
/ 14 February 2017

So your church needs more money?

Carol Ward looks at the Willesden Fundraising Training and how a culture of fundraising can help your church with those unexpected maintenance costs.


Benguela School Extension in Angola Sept 2016
/ 24 January 2017

Lent Appeal 2017

While we move steadily into Spring, it is important for churches to think about giving in 2017, and the Diocesan Lent appeal in aid of ALMA.


Jenny Herrera and the Archbishop of York
/ 24 January 2017

Donating small amounts through Acts 435

Giving small amounts of money to people and families in direct need can be done safely through Acts 435, supported by the Archbishop of York.


/ 23 January 2017

Money Matters January 2017

Money Matters is the newsletter prepared by the finance advisers for PCC treasurers and all involved with parish finances.


Crosslight by Riding Lights Theatre Company
/ 23 January 2017

Crosslight – A passion play for Lent 2017

Riding Lights Theatre Company call for more venues for its Lenten passion play in 2017.


The Parish Pump
/ 28 November 2016

News from the Parish Pump

The Parish Pump team creates great news, short items, and engaging content for parish magazines.


Actor Liam Neeson in the film Silence, by Martin Scorsese
/ 23 November 2016

Official media resources for new film, Silence

Damaris Media prepares film resources on the new film, Silence, by Martin Scorsese.


The London Diocesan Board of Schools
/ 23 November 2016

Calling All Teachers

London Diocesan Board of Schools is recruiting teachers who go to church to work within its 20 schools.


The Devils Passion, by Justin Butcher.
/ 22 November 2016

The Devil’s Passion – theatre in church locations

The Devil’s Passion by Justin Butcher is calling for churches to book this amazing one-man show.


/ 22 November 2016

Money Matters November 2016

Money Matters is the newsletter prepared by the finance advisers for PCC treasurers and all involved with parish finances.


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