Two trustees of Moden Church have joined the debate about how Christians should respond to the current political situation in the UK, following controversial comments from a Church Times columnist.
Letters from Revd Jonathan Clatworthy and Revd Dr Jeyan Anketell were published in the 19th May issue of the weekly Anglican newspaper, in response to comments by regular contributor Canon Angela Tilby, who said that church leaders say little about political issues which is not better said elsewhere.
Over the past few weeks, several of our members and partner organisations have advised us that they have received emails claiming to be from Modern Church which appear to be spam.
We are grateful to those who have brought this to our attention, and we would like to reassure all who have received such emails that we are taking steps to improve the security of our website and email newsletter distribution list to minimise the risk of this happening again.
This was the title of a paper delivered at a Modern Church South West group meeting on Saturday 8th April 2017 at Manvers Street Baptist Church, Bath.
Canon Paul Brett, formerly Social Responsibilty Officer in the Church of England diocese of Chelmsford led a reflection on how we can engage meaningfully with the trends which led to the rise of Brexit and Trump.
Modern Church encourages open, respectful debate and discussion of matters relating to Christian faith. Originally a Church of England society, it now welcomes all who share its ethos.
For the first time in our 119 year history, we are seeking to appoint a paid, part-time General Secretary.