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Stop. Look. Listen.

Andy Tilsley |

I’ve been staring at Rembrandt’s masterpiece, ‘The Return of the Prodigal Son’ a lot recently. It was one of his final works, based on Jesus’ famous parable in Luke 15. I’m no expert, but I think it’s one of his...

Singing for My Supper

Samantha Crawford |

I had numerous (some might say too many) hobbies as a child; tennis, sailing, horse riding, skiing, dance, forcing my younger brother to put on plays with me at home. But after trying all of these, I decided to put...

An Art Group for Asylum Seekers

Hannah Joy |

Hannah Joy is part of a team running an art group for Asylum Seekers. We were recently able to provide some financial support, to help them purchase art materials. Here Hannah explains a bit about the group and some of...

Addo Life: An Interview with Christiana Makanjuola

Christiana Makanjuola |

Addo Life is an innovative new project by Christiana Makanjuola, designed to help people make wise decisions in everyday life. We caught up with Christiana to find out a bit about the project, how it came about, and what she...

Selah Theatre Company

Corrine Haynes |

Corrine Haynes has lived in London for 5 years and graduated with a degree in Acting in 2013. She has since been working as a professional actress in London and throughout the UK on various different projects. She is now...

Love Nations Sunday

Faith Purcell |

London is a diverse city, with more than 300 languages spoken here, over 50 non-indigenous communities with populations exceeding 10,000, and almost 30% of our population having been born overseas. Our Love Nations Sunday on 22 March will celebrate the...

Christ and Creativity

Megan DeBoard |

There are significant challenges to being a Christian in the creative industries. I’m interested in gathering a group of artists, musicians, journalists, actors, filmmakers – anyone working in the arts and media world – to discuss these struggles and help each...

Love London: Scribed

ChristChurch London |

On Love London Sunday, Jon Wicks scribed the various events of the day, incorporating details from the interviews, videos, the sermon, and many memories from our first ten years. This time-lapse, taken at the afternoon service, shows the whole creation...

Creative Faithful Presence

David Stroud |

Three months ago the office across the corridor from the ChristChurch London team was empty. Now it houses Tunepics, the fastest growing social network app in the world, which is currently adding 100,000 new users a week. It’s one small...

Stand Alone Talks: An Invitation to Discipleship - Mark 1:14-17

David Stroud |

Stories are all around us. They shape the way we see the world, and the kind of lives we live. In this standalone talk, David Stroud looks at the characteristics of a good story, and considers how Jesus calls us...

Global Cities: Friday Session 1: Knowing and Seeing God - John 17

Liam Thatcher |

What is eternal life? How do we know God, and how does our knowledge lead us to worship? In this talk, Liam Thatcher looks at Jesus’ prayer in John 17 and considers the awesome invitation to see and savour Christ. Click here...

Mapping the Future

Tanya Marsh |

“A nation which does not remember what it was yesterday, does not know what it is today, nor what it is trying to do.” President Woodrow Wilson, 1911 “You have been handed a heritage but you will leave a legacy.”...

Teach Us To Pray: Pray Without Ceasing - 1 Thessalonians 5:17

Andy Tilsley |

This week Andy Tilsley continued our prayer series, by speaking about the need for us to pray continually.

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