Tagged with: culture

Guest Speakers: Rachel Gardner

Rachel Gardner |

Listen to the talk Rachel Gardner (Relationship Lead at Youthscape, President of the Girl’s Brigade England and Wales, founder of the Romance Academy) gave at our four services on the relationship between Christ, culture, and us.

Information Overload

Louisa Richards |

I don’t know if you’ve seen it, but there’s a YouTube video of Simon Sinek speaking on the subject of millenials that’s gone viral. The thing that caught my attention was that he was speaking about the rise in technology...

Got The X-Mas Factor?

Liam Thatcher |

52 sleeps until Christmas! Unless you take a siesta in the middle of your working day, in which case it’s more like 89. Or if you’re an insomniac – hey rejoice, only one sleep until Christmas! But more excitingly, it’s...

A-Level Results Day

Andy Tuck |

I remember the moment I opened my A-level results. The nerves, the excitement, the expectation. The fear. My hopes and dreams seemed to be contained within one small white paper pocket. As I slowly opened the envelope I was opening...

Clever Cloggs

Emma Sawers |

I believe that when children receive a solid education, they have the opportunity to achieve their potential in later life. There seems to be so much inequality in education at the moment and often children from refugee families or from...

Week of Prayer, Thursday: New Vision

ChristChurch London |

After the results of the EU referendum, Justin Welby and John Sentamu released a statement, part of which said: ‘The vote to withdraw from the European Union means that now we must all re-imagine both what it means to be...

Week of Prayer, Wednesday: Government & Leading Institutions

ChristChurch London |

Our nation is shaped by many people from different sectors of society. Today let’s pray for all those who have influence, not only as they seek to work out the best way forward in their own sector, but also the...

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...

What Should The Church Say About Brexit?

Andy Tilsley |

Judging by the fear, anger and insecurity across the United Kingdom right now, it’s a brave person who writes about Brexit. Passions are running high amongst everyone I come across, and there is no place for the disgusting racism that’s...

Friendships & Vulnerability

Charlotte Watson |

What does the word ‘friend’ mean to you? Would you call the 200… 500… 1000 people you have on Facebook your friends? It seems that in this technology-obsessed world we have lost the meaning of friendship; true companionship. Last September,...

Introducing Andy Crouch

Liam Thatcher |

We are thrilled to welcome back to ChristChurch London our good friend Andy Crouch! Andy is a leading thinker, speaker and author from the USA. Among other things, he is the executive editor of Christianity Today and a senior fellow...

Multiplicity: Athens: An Engaged Church

Liam Thatcher |

In Acts 17, Paul preaches in Athens, quoting Greek poets and playwrights and helping his hearers understand that the unknown God could be known, and He was closer than they thought. In this talk, Liam Thatcher looks at some of the traces...

The Renewal of all Things

David Stroud |

Is there a plan for the world? Should we care about physical things, or only spiritual things? And why should we bother working to make our city a better place, if we’re ultimately destined to leave this world behind and...

Stand Alone Talks: Love London Sunday 2014

David Stroud |

ChristChurch London is ten years old! We celebrated our first decade with a very special Love London Sunday, which showcased many of the things we love about this city. This talk looks at Jeremiah 29 and considers the unique contribution that people...

Looking Forward to the Next Ten Years

Mal Fletcher |

This October, ChristChurch London turns 10 years old! Mal Fletcher, founder and chairman of 2020 plus, has recorded this video to wish us a happy birthday and suggest three things that the church should expect and look for in the...

Love Summer? Love London!

ChristChurch London |

Summer is an amazing time to be in London. There is so much to see and celebrate in this beautiful city, and there are many locations just waiting to be explored. So if you find yourself with a bit of...

The Cultural Exposé: An Interview with Matilda Egere-Cooper

Matilda Egere-Cooper |

Matilda Egere-Cooper is a music journalist, blogger, photographer, teacher, entrepreneur and PR/marketing professional. She lectures in journalism, runs photography workshops, and set up The Cultural Exposé, a website dedicated to helping people explore the many unique things that make up...

An Interview with Samantha Crawford

Samantha Crawford |

Samantha Crawford is a professional singer, who has performed in various settings across the world. We caught up with her to find out a little about her life and work and her advice for aspiring singers: Tell us a little bit about...

Imago Dei: Great Goods for the Greater Good

Jack Wells |

East London has a bit of a thing about markets. It always has done, of course, but in the last few years, trendy new ones have been popping up all over Dalston, Shoreditch and Bethnal Green, and pulling in big...

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.”...

Esther: Scene II Call - Esther 3-4

Abigail Malortie |

When Haman launches a plot to destroy the Jewish people, Esther is presented with the challenge and opportunity to intervene on their behalf. In this talk, we look at God’s challenging call on our lives and the ways in which He...

LittleBig Church: The Head and the Body - Ephesians 1:15-23

Andy Tilsley |

In the second week of our new series, Andy looks at Paul’s prayer for the Ephesian church, considering what it means for us to be called the body of Christ.  

Guest Speakers: Four Hidden Themes in the Life of a Culture Maker

Andy Crouch |

This week our guest speaker Andy Crouch looked at four themes that feature in the life of culture makers; people who are fully alive.

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