A&B Ecumenical Walking Pilgrimage
Each year a long distance ecumenical walking pilgrimage is organised. The first pilgrimage in 1975 was beating the bounds of Surrey and Sussex to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the diocese. Since then each year there has been a pilgrimage to a city, shrine or area of the country to explore a particular theme or aspect of our faith and Christian heritage.
Full details of the pilgrimage are given on the website.
Art of Dying Well
The Catholic church in England and Wales has brought the medieval manuscript Ars Moriendi – The Art of Dying – into the digital age, with a website aimed at helping terminally ill people and their loved ones deal with death. Like the original 15th century work, The Art of Dying Well is intended to bring religious comfort and offer practical guidance to people in the final stage of life. The modern-day version offers videos, animations and interviews with terminally ill people and their carers.It features real stories from dying people and their families, as well as interviews with palliative care experts.
Association of Interchurch Families
An association for couples in which each of the partners belong to a different Christian denomination – usually Roman Catholic and another Christian communion – are referred to as “interchurch couples” to reflect their involvement in the life of their two churches.
The purpose is to inform people about Jesus Christ and Christianity. It is our hope that men and women will take steps of faith and become ever-closer followers of Jesus Christ as a result of what they discover. It is our prayer that having an active faith will improve their lives.
Churchmarketplace is a national collaborative buying group, a not-for-profit organisation, created by the Catholic Church to help our community. They have negotiated contracts you can trust, saving you time and money on all your purchasing needs.
Our Cursillo community exists to help people come to live a fuller life in Christ.
We are a community of lay and religious people who strive by our mission and our daily lives to live a life following the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Our community extends across the UK and is available to all to join and to share in the joys of living the gospel.
Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Ecumenical Society of the Blessed Virgin Mary (ESBVM) exists to advance the study at various levels of the place of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Church, under Christ and of related theological questions; and in the light of such study to promote ecumenical devotion. Its aim is to show that, in the Blessed Virgin Mary, Christians of many traditions may find a focus in their search for unity.
Ephatta is the 1st global Christian hospitality network. The website puts in touch people looking for a temporary accommodation with other people willing to open their door and welcome them. Members can list a couch, a private room or an entire home. Hospitality can be provided for any event: holidays, pilgrimages, gatherings, professional trips…
Friends of the Holy Land
The Friends of the Holy Land (Registered Charity Number: 1130054) was established in 2009 and operates with the full backing and blessing of Catholic and Anglican Bishops in England and Wales. The Charity aids the Christians in the Holy Land as it seeks to raise awareness of the challenges they experience, encourages prayers to be offered for their intentions, generates and channels financial resources to provide for a sustainable future and encourages pilgrim visits to the Holy Land including meeting with the local communities.
The FHL is organised through Groups within Parishes in Anglican and Catholic Dioceses in England & Wales. Friends of the Holy Land, 2 Station Road, Kenilworth, Warwickshire CV8 1JJ Tel: 01926 512980 Email: email@example.com
The Newman Association is a national organisation whose members meet regularly in local “circles” to discuss and develop their understanding of the Christian faith. Most of us are (Roman) Catholic, but baptised Christians of other traditions are warmly welcome as Associate Members. Founded in 1942 it was named after the now Blessed John Henry Newman and the original aim was to answer the needs of Catholic graduates, but is now open to all Christians who seek to promote the aim of an educated laity.
Premier's mission is to enable people to put their faith at the heart of daily life and to bring Christ to their communities and they try and achieve this through:
Faith: by placing Christ at the heart of everything we do
People: by attracting the best and inspiring them to be the best they can be
Communications: by offering the best products and services to serve the needs of the entire Christian community
Innovation: by constantly looking to improve what we offer and how we offer it
Stewardship: by maximising the funds we receive whilst ensuring all revenues are spent wisely
sp4climate - A climate-change awareness site set up by a group of parishioners at St Charles Borromeo church in Birmingham
Theos is a Christian think tank which believes you can’t understand the modern world without understanding religion. We seek to inform the debate about the place of religion in society, challenging ill-informed thinking through our research, events and media comment.
Rome's best kept secret. In a stunning lakeside location just outside Rome, Villa Palazzola is a 13th century Cistercian monastery, fully refurbished and modernised with a large swimming pool and breathtaking garden terrace. It's the perfect place for parish groups, pilgrims, school groups, families, couples or people on holiday on their own who stay for a couple of days or a couple of weeks. It's also a wonderful place to hold a wedding in Rome.
Volunteer Missionary Movement
Founded in 1969 in response to the Second Vatican Council's call for full and active involvement of all the people of God in the Church's life and mission. VMM prepares and sends commited individuals on short-term and long-term placements to share their skills in health, teaching, technical or pastoral work in projects linked with the local churches and community organisations in Africa
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