Jonathan Murden, a student at Durham University, writes a personal reflection on Tim Farron's resignation.
SCM Groups Worker, Lizzie Gawen, tells us about her experience of a 'Great Get Together' event in Birmingham and other inter-faith and community-building work she's been doing.
SCM partner Church Action on Poverty and SCM Friend Ann Barlow on the voices we must listen to as we seek to build God’s kingdom in post-election Britain
SCM member, Emma Temple, writes about her experience of one of the 'Great Get Together' events on the weekend.
How faith, especially God’s call to be merciful, can inform our public and private lives in post-election Britain.
Douglas Board, the author of Time of Lies, guest blogs for SCM about why Christians should set to work creating encounters across divides and building a cohesive, empathetic society one year after the divisive Brexit vote.
In the first part of a new series, we ask SCM friends, members and partner organisations to share their perspective on how we continue to build God’s kingdom in post-election Britain
On Thursday the 22nd June, we’re hosting the second in a series of Facebook Live events called ‘Ask a Theologian’. It’s your chance to quiz a number of theologians on the big (and small) questions of life, faith and society. This time, we have the executive director of Christian Peacemaker Teams, Sarah Thompson, joining us. Submit your questions now!
SCM member Nathan Olsen looks at the role poverty and inequality has to play in this General Election.
Good leadership involves striking a fine balance between listening and doing, working tirelessly and enjoying rest.