Previous T4CG Events

Explore our previous events below, each designed to strengthen the capacity of people across the Christian traditions to play their part in building the Common Good.

November 2021

The common good and government

#4 of 4 in a new series of events  | Along with families and civil society, the state has key responsibilities. In this event we examine the role of government for the common good. Chair: The Rt Hon Ruth Kelly | Speakers: Danny Kruger MP, Caroline Slocock, Lord Maurice Glasman. Hosted jointly by T4CG, the Centre for Social Justice, CSAN, St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, and CCLA. In-person event. Booking opens nearer the time. ...
16 Nov
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Church of St Mary
Church of St Mary's Putney, London
September 2021

The common good and society

#3 of 4 in a new series of events | The common good depends on individuals, families and civil society institutions each taking responsibility at the appropriate level. In this event we will assess the capacity of our institutions as we work towards civic renewal. Chair: Richard Harries | Speakers: Trevor Phillips, Tim Montgomerie, Dame Julia Unwin, David Goodhart. Hosted jointly by T4CG, the Centre for Social Justice, CSAN, St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, and CCLA. Online event. To register your place, click "Learn More". ...
29 Sep
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Online
Online
July 2021

The common good and the family

#2 of 4 in a new series of events | The family is the fundamental unit of socialisation and the foundation upon which the common good is built. This event will consider what needs to happen in society and policy to create the conditions in which families can fulfil their critical role. Chair: Ruth Gledhill | Speakers: Edward Hadas, Cristina Odone, Mercy Muroki. Hosted jointly by T4CG, the Centre for Social Justice, CSAN, St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, and CCLA. Online event. Click "Learn More" to view video. ...
13 Jul
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Online
Online
June 2021

What is the common good? 

#1 of 4 in a new series of events | Often misunderstood, the Common Good in its true sense relates to the shared life of a society, a settled pluralism of identities and interests. This event explores its meaning and importance as our country faces complex challenges ahead. Chair: The Rt Hon Ruth Kelly | Speakers: Professor Philip Booth, Jenny Sinclair, Dr Sam Bruce. Hosted jointly by T4CG, the Centre for Social Justice, CSAN, St. Mary’s University, Twickenham, and CCLA. Online event. Click "Learn More" to view video. ...
15 Jun
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Online
Online
March 2021
September 2020

Renewing the Covenant: Churches and the Building of Local Relationships

Featuring Maurice GlasmanAlan RoxburghFred Liggin IV, Sara Jane R Walker and William Taylor, this webinar will be co-hosted by Jenny Sinclair and Martin Robinson and will address what the new era means for the life of our communities and the church. We believe that the concept and practice of covenant will be important in the relationships that we seek to build locally. Join us for a discussion around the question: "How can we build committed local relationships?”   ...
10 Sep
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
May 2020

New Perspectives Network Meetup – May

The New Perspectives Network, the youth branch of Together for the Common Good, held their latest Zoom discussion group on 11 May 2020. We focussed on the theme of Education, Class and the Common Good. The session was led by Joe Moore. ...
11 May
London
April 2020

Preparing for a New Chapter

A live trans-Atlantic webinar: Preparing for a New Chapter: Revitalising the Christian Imagination for the Sake of the Common Good. With Guest Lord Maurice Glasman and Hosts Alan Roxburgh, the Journal of Missional Practice and Jenny SinclairTogether for the Common Good. Looking at the implications of this period of seismic change for the significance of place and the churches’ role in the renewal of civic life. A hundred church leaders participated via zoom from across the UK, USA, Canada and beyond, with many more watching via Facebook ...
30 Apr
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Via Facebook Live
Online
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