Andrew Topping reflects on the efforts of Birmingham Methsoc to start up a Food Exchange, transforming food waste into meals for homeless people.
Ruth reflects on terrorism and the bombing of Syria, and explains how our solidarity with Muslims can make a difference.
David Harris, SCM member at the University of Durham, considers how important a supportive church community has been during his time at university.
Stephen Atkinson writes on his favourite book of the Bible and what it might mean for our world today.
Our members have spoken and they want to focus our campaigning on supporting and welcoming refugees. Faith in Action Project Worker, Ruth, shares her thoughts on why this campaign matters.
Natasha Bunney, a final year student at De Montford University, looks ahead to graduation and life after uni, and considers how her faith might connect with her job.
As part of our Stories of Faith blog series, and to mark Transgender Day of Remembrance on Friday 20 November, we hear from Alex Young, who shares his journey as a transgender Christian.
Do differences between denominations matter when it comes to church? SCM member Jane Hodgson recounts her experience of exploring different church contexts and seeing the value of church communities, no matter what their denomination.
On Saturday 14 November SCM Groups Worker Lizzie returned to the University of Derby to give a sermon to graduates. This is a transcript of her sermon.
Revd Anthony G. Reddie recounts his experiences of racism growing up and reflects on today's discourse on the 'other'.
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