452 results found for 'Coming Home'
About Coming Home
A report to reclaim the very purpose of housing – as the basis for community, and a foundation for human flourishing.
Building better communities and homes
COMMENT / Members of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Commission on Housing, Church and Community joined other panellists at the Bristol Housing Festival for a panel discussion on the church’s response to the housing crisis.
Thy Kingdom Come
Thy Kingdom Come is about the Church coming together and praying for more people to know the love of Jesus Christ.
Archbishops launch Thy Kingdom Come 2018
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have launched Thy Kingdom Come 2018.
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How to pray ‘Thy Kingdom Come’ and mean it
The Archbishop writes for Premier Christianity magazine about Thy Kingdom Come.
Turning an empty house into a home for refugees
Boaz Trust is a Christian charity which works with philanthropic investors to house refugees and asylum seekers. The Archbishop of Canterbury's Housing Commission found out about their work.
How did a group of self-confessed amateurs build 37 homes in Keswick?
It all started back in 2009, with six open meetings of Keswick Churches Together about the issues facing the town. Housing kept coming up in these discussions. Determined to change things, a working group of mainly church-linked people was created to come up with solutions. At just the right time, the vicar of St John’s offered a piece of land next to the church graveyard - impractical for burials, but ideal for The Hopes development that now sits there with mountain views. And so the hard work began of forming a Community Land Trust, commissioning an architect, and securing planning permission and funding.
Thy Kingdom Come 2018 – a message from Archbishop Justin Welby
Archbishop Justin Welby reflects on Thy Kingdom Come 2018, which took place from 10 – 20th May.