Nathan shares his experience of trying to stay spiritually engaged during the long summer months.
Ellie Wilde reflects on her experience of the National Justice and Peace Network conference in Swanwick. The call to live simply and sustainably in the Pope's encyclical 'Laudato Si' resonates strongly with her own Quaker tradition's 'Simplicity Testimony'.
Rach has been visiting in Warrington and Liverpool this week, and preached at Roby URC last Sunday.
A fortnight that is best described as two conferences sandwiched in St Peter's House office time bread.
SCM member Sian Eastwood explains why she’s making the step to live in community for the next 12 months.
Some politicians believe that the UK is a 'Christian country'. Ruth Wilde, Faith in Action Project Worker, believes it's important for Christians to reject that idea.
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