The unveiling of the pillar at the MK Rose to mark World Refugee Day.
Talk by Tim Norwood for St Michael’s, Woburn Sands.
Citizens from across the Thames Valley area will be gathering in Milton Keynes on the 29th April. It will be a significant evening, marking the launch of Citizens Thames Valley – which will link community alliances in Milton Keynes, Oxford and Reading.
Meet the parliamentary candidates on December 2nd with our partners in Citizens MK.
Thursday June 20th: To celebrate World Refugee Day meet us at 6pm at the MK Rose in Campbell Park for a short ‘gathering’. Deputy Mayor Andrew Geary to attend. 6.30pm onwards at MK Gallery event space (short, accessible walk from the Rose) for informal celebration, conversation, nibbles and soft drinks.
Where we Started: I was looking back recently at the initial notes those on our table made a year ago before UMH met to form a group. I found it interesting to see we are still engaging with all those initial ideas, but I thought it worth reminding ourselves of 3 in particular:- 1. Make […]
We can’t do it all, but we can do something if we all work together.
Here’s a report on what the Deanery Leadership Team have been up to since the last synod meeting…
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.