Tag: Theology

Jennie Pollock

Ask London

We as a church want to be characterised by loving God and loving other people. One of the best ways of doing both is simply by listening. As we take time to listen to God we get to know him better, hearing what’s on his heart and gaining a greater understanding of how he sees… Read More

Philip Ellwood

How could a loving God allow suffering?

When you combine social media, an atheist friend and the enormous question of how a Christian accounts for so much suffering in the light of the dreadful earthquakes in Nepal earlier this year, you have a potentially explosive question! You also have an opportunity: an opportunity to pray, study and live as a follower of… Read More

Jennie Pollock

Does God heal today?

As a church, we are firmly convinced that God’s healing power was not limited to Bible times. We often pray for healing for one another in our midst because we believe He still heals today. We don’t often have the opportunity to share the results of our prayers for healing, so here, for your encouragement,… Read More

Philip Ellwood

The Offence of Aslan

“I don’t need anyone to die for me. I’ll take my chances” My friends, family and teammates have various responses to Jesus. Sometimes intrigued, often apathetic, occasionally dismissive. But every now and then there are those who are downright offended. Polly Toynbee is a well known, gifted journalist for The Guardian and one rightly admired… Read More

Jess Gill

Making an Impact

Each year we participate in an internship programme called Impact. Run by the New Ground network of churches that we are part of, this ten-month programme offers a young person work experience in the church office, ministry experience in the church, and outstanding theological training. Our ‘Impacter’ this year has been Jess Gill. Half way… Read More