If you live and work in a city, then the Gather Movement Summit is for you. It will bring together individuals, charities, churches and organisations to look at how our cities can be transformed. Follow the updates here.
In a moving end to the Gather Movement Summit, Dr Natan Mladin from Theos, actor Cathy Morling and Dr Girma Bishaw of the Gratitude Initiative, spoke of how we can all be gardeners in the way we live out our Christian life.
Seeking God, his justice, and the flourishing of our communities should lie at the heart of our lives as Christians. Prayer is the central way that we seek it. That was the message today from Paul Williams, at the Gather Movement Summit.
Confidence in the Bible could ‘spring clean the country’ said Dr Andrew Ollerton today.
Churches and community groups need to provide ‘everyday support’ for people as they await help from either the health service, mental health or other government service, said Andy Burnham yesterday.
‘We need to understand the hopes, fears and dreams of the people that we are with,’ said Bible Society’s director of mission, Nigel Langford yesterday. He was speaking at the Gather Movement Summit in Manchester, where the focus is on transforming our cities in every way.
Prayer and reading scripture, both individually and together are the key to making us people who can transform cities. So said Paul Williams in Manchester today. He was speaking at a masterclass on the theology of the city ahead of the Gather Movement Summit.