Tagged with: friendship

The Loneliness of Convenience

Elise Lamsdale |

We all know that the best part about Christmas is the food, right? Sure, spending time with family, sure, all the presents, sure, celebrating the Saviour of the world, but really I’m here for the food coma and I don’t...

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 the Council of Reference

David Stroud |

As many of you who are part of the church are aware, we have been on a journey over these last few years as we have sought to clarify who we are and the mission that God has given us....

Student Meals: Finding a Home Away from Home

Andy Tuck |

One of the hardest things about being a student is living many miles, and often several hours’ travel, from home. Home is one of those things we all know to be innately precious. We may have different ideas about what...

ChristChurch London: Our People

ChristChurch London |

What is ChristChurch London? Perhaps more than anything else, it is a community – a group of people seeking to work together for the good of the city that they love. This video offers a snapshot into some of the people...

Time for Community

Andy Tuck |

I’ve recently been re-reading Mark’s gospel. It’s an expertly crafted story that builds in intensity. Throughout the story, Jesus demonstrates his authority over sickness, nature, and even death. Nothing can stand in his way. By the time we reach chapter...

Love is a Verb: Love is a Verb

Andy Tilsley |

How can we take relationships with friends, family, colleagues, neighbours and partners beyond superficiality and towards something life-giving and lasting? Andy Tilsley looks at what it takes to build and sustain great relationships. Love is not an abstract feeling; a...

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