It’s not all about the money raised, but that’s a staggering total!
Whatever you are doing this Christmas, I pray that you will be drawn deeper into the life of Jesus – both in the Church and in the World. Tim
Milton Keynes has become a significant centre for work on community organising. This is great for social justice, but there is a lot of evidence that it can also help grow churches – in depth, impact and numbers.
The affordability of housing is one of the biggest drivers of social problems in the UK today. Tim is currently looking for church members who will join the team and embed Christian values of hospitality and social justice at the heart of this project.
Domestic Abuse is one of the three top priorities of the Deanery.
We have a new Diocesan Synod Blog which will give our Synod members a chance to talk about what is going on in the wider church…
“The nation is looking to its political leaders for a strong and compelling vision of the future which enables us to see beyond these debates in a way which brings unity and common purpose.”
Understanding Mental Health (UMH) is one of the 3 top priority projects selected by Deanery Synod members following the meeting in May.
Report from the Deanery Leadership Team in October 2018
The Church of England has launched it’s Christmas campaign for 2018.