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National Parliamentary Prayer Breakfast: Church, older people and lockdown

Every year, over 700 MPs, Peers and church leaders gather together in the Houses of Parliament to pray for our Parliament, government and politics, to build relationships between church leaders...

What to do when someone dies

When someone dies, especially if you are next of kin and/or an executor or have power of attorney, you are usually in shock. Nevertheless, there are plenty of practical tasks...

What does it mean to ‘finish well’?

  ‘And I am sure of this, that He who began a good work in you will bring it to completion at the day of Jesus Christ’. Philippians 1 v...

Sensitive matters at the end of life: 15 questions

It’s quite common that someone who knows they are approaching the end of their life has things they’d like to talk about. However there is sometimes a “conspiracy of silence”...

Relaxing lockdown: what are the options for older people to meet together?

With ten days’ notice, churches heard that they can reopen on 4 July. As the details are worked out, many churches are having to work out what this means: will...

‘Hymns We Love’ series: Thine be the glory

Thine be the glory Thine be the glory, Risen, conquering Son, Endless is the victory Thou o'er death hast won; Angels in bright raiment Rolled the stone away, Kept the...