Henry Corbett advocates the value of ministry over the long term, committed to people and place
Sally Mann argues that there is something heroic about engaging with place for the long term by staying put
By pooling resources and knowledge, neighbours can support their neighbours financially
How neighbours working together transformed their neighbourhood with a little help from the local church
Asset Based Community Development methodology is much talked about. But how does ABCD relate to the Common Good?
How does our Common Good Schools programme prepare young people to take responsibility for the Common Good in their community?
What is the nature of the relationship between churches and communities, especially the left-behind?
Pooling charitable donations through Giving Circles can bring donors into relationship with communities and so build the Common Good…
As social and political confusion reigns, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks explains what’s going on and what we can do build the Common Good
In an era of social fragmentation, how should the church pursue mission? Martin Robinson advises starting by listening to the neighbourhood