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Matthew Hall

About Matthew Hall

Matthew Hall is a Communications Assistant. He writes for and manages the Parish Communications Network, the Creatives Network, and the Sports and Physical Activity Network. He also manages the diocesan social media accounts. In his spare time, he is a Cathedral Warden, helps run a homeless charity, loves hiking and all outdoor adrenaline sports, including biking, and rugby. He dreams of hiking to Rome and Jerusalem.

Company of Servers London Chapter meeting with Southwark Servers
Matthew Hall / 7 April 2017

Joint meeting of London and Southwark Company of Servers

A joint historical meeting of the London and Southwark Company of Servers is held for Companions to learn and network together in the union of Christ.


Rugby players stand together
Matthew Hall / 27 February 2017

A thug’s game played by Christians

Matthew Hall writes about Six Nations Rugby as two professional players from the home teams are open about their faith.


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


Steve Lee teaching young people the discipline of sport
Matthew Hall / 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.


The Memory Cafe at St Cuthbert's Wembley
Matthew Hall / 6 December 2016

The Memory Café

A new film by the diocese of London shows how St Cuthbert’s north Wembley is helping the needs of this parish with a Memory Cafe.


The Parish Pump
Matthew Hall / 28 November 2016

News from the Parish Pump

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


Matthew Hall / 4 November 2016

Reflections on Embers by war-artist Arabella Dorman

The Embers exhibition at All Hallows Twickenham as part of the Festival of Remembrance.


St Edward's Tomb, courtesy of the Dean and Chapter of Westminster Abbey
Matthew Hall / 12 October 2016

A pilgrimage of wellbeing

Walking a pilgrimage can be done for spiritual purposes, or for health and wellbeing, and churches should be central in its rise in popularity.


Bill Viola's Mary
Matthew Hall / 6 October 2016

Mary by Bill Viola

Bill Viola’s latest video installation, Mary, goes on show at St Paul’s Cathedral, highlighting many opposites of life and location.


Sport at grass roots level, run by churches
Matthew Hall / 17 August 2016

Be Inspired by the Olympics!

Matthew Hall has found inspiration from watching the Rio Olympics and highlights how churches can get more involved in sports with a selection of groups in London.


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