Covid-19 is turning our world upside down. Wayne Parsons believes this moment could be the impetus for a new settlement for the Common Good
At the heart of Common Good Thinking is a coherent framework of principles for all of us to put …
T4CG joined with St Mary’s Church in Wendover as the parish discerns its role for the Common Good.
In our Pentecost newsletter we offer an invitation to the churches, along with new stories and free downloadable resources
During lockdown T4CG held conversations exploring racism, the Common Good, solidarity, the politics of place and the role of the Churches
New Perspectives, T4CG’s youth branch, held meetups in April and May looking at the dignity of work and education and class, through the lens of Common Good thinking
Our Easter newsletter is packed with resources, links and insightful commentary on the impact of Covid-19 on our social and political life
Church communities are called to participate with God on the ground in the remaking of social life