There is a political dimension to the local church’s vocation. Not in a party political or campaigning sense, but rather in its call to transform civil society
To restore our common life a new approach is needed. This is a letter inviting churches to renew the covenant by building local relationships.
This is a joint letter in which we address the new era and invite the churches to consider their calling to play a critical role in civic renewal.
Alan Roxburgh advises church leaders to let go of programmes and listen to the life of the Spirit in the neighbourhood
T4CG Newsletter for Lent 2022. How should the church respond in this new era?
As we enter a new era, churches are called to the building of local, covenantal relationships
What are the implications of this period of seismic change for the significance of place and the churches’ role in the renewal of civic life?
In our Autumn 2020 newsletter, we assert that building relationships is an act of resistance
T4CG took part in a panel discussion about the ethics of the Common Good.
As we enter a new era, how should the churches respond? Read our invitation and share your response with us