Gemma Scharnowski, the Capital Vision 2020 Assistant details ways in which we can find inspiration from the Ambassadors 2020 resources, to live for Jesus in our daily lives.
Spiritually Healthy Creativity is a day event aimed at creatives all over London, with a hope to open up conversation around the mental, spiritual and creative flourishing of the artist.
This year, between Ascension and Pentecost, we are joining in the global wave of prayer ‘Thy Kingdom Come’. Find out about the diocesan events taking place.
Mark and Laura Tate lead the Grove Missional Community, in Ealing, and tell of their successes in an unreached place in west London.
Gemma White, from The Ambassadors team launches the Lent Prayer Journey encouraging all to make use of prayer resources online.
Being a Creative Open Presence at St John on Bethnal Green looked at the relationship between the church and the arts.
The congregation of St Mary’s Stoke Newington collectively run arts projects in the Old Church building for the local vibrant and dynamic arts scene.
We’re inviting mothers from across the Diocese to take an evening out of daily life, and to think about what it means to be Christ’s ambassador as a mum.
Gemma White reports on the Creatives Network event ‘Of Things not Seen’ with photographer Jim Grover chronicling the life of the Revd Kit Gunasekera.
St Mary the Virgin, Monken Hadley have recently joined many London churches who’ve decided to open their doors ‘out of hours.’