A Conference on Everyday Faith, organised by Watling Valley Partnership in conjunction with Oxford Diocese and HeartEdge/St Martin-in-the-Fields, and hosted by the Church of the Servant King, Furzton.
MKDeanery is not prioritising radio adverts this Christmas. Here’s why…
On 19th February at 6:30PM Refugees Welcome Milton Keynes hosted a special Supporters’ Meeting in which we asked for supporters to step up and ‘Do Something Big’.
We put together a campaign based on the theme, “Where’s Jesus?” This was intended to focus on the idea that Jesus can be found in unlikely places, and amongst marginalised people. There was also a tongue-in-cheek link to “Where’s Walley” which we wanted to play with using social media. A grant of £2,000 from the […]
The aim of this project is to investigate the use of community organising in an Anglican Deanery. There will be three key areas of investigation which are closely related: 1. The role of the Area Dean as an ‘organiser’ 2. The use of an ‘organising cycle’ by a Deanery Synod 3. The partnership between a […]
For the past few years we’ve run a big radio advertising campaign based around the theme “Christmas Starts with Christ”. You’re probably already aware that this year we’ve made three new radio ads of our own linked to this, focussing on the theme of ‘Where’s Jesus?’, because we want to remind people that Jesus was […]
Our teddies are now on their way to Uganda!
At Christmas, we usually run a big media campaign linked to “Christmas Starts with Christ”. We’ve used some fun radio ads based on football matches, chat shows, and police chases… This year we’ve picked the theme “Where’s Jesus?” because we want to remind people that Jesus was born so God could be with us. The […]
Many people today feel left out, or left behind: the gap between rich and poor is widening as austerity bites; refugees and immigrants feel unwelcome; old and young alike feel marginalised; our society is divided, unfair and stacked in favour of the ‘haves’ against the ‘have-nots’… In a time like this it’s more important than […]