A basic first course on the introduction to making our Churches more welcoming.
A basic first course on the introduction to making our Churches more welcoming.
The St Albans Diocesan fund which can help to get your mission project off the ground
A mission agency which brings help, healing and hope across Eastern Europe.
An imaginative and interesting guide to a church's history and architecture is essential when it comes to understanding and enjoying a building.
Contemplative Fire is a movement, a community and an adventure, celebrating life in all its fullness on the Way of Christ.
As Christians it is our duty and our joy to look after all that God has created. A personal service is available through the Christian Environmental Consultancy to help you and your parish embrace living green.
A new funding focus from the Church and Community Fund (CCF) to support bridge-building community projects.
When we read the tabloids, we get the impression that there is no real poverty in this country. Those who claim they are poor are condemned as scroungers and benefit cheats; lazy freeloaders taking advantage of our generous welfare state.
A book primarily aimed at Christians who think the Harry Potter books should be shunned because they might lead children into dabbling with the occult.
A specially-commissioned outreach booklet, exploring why Jesus is hope.
Large, white, wooden crosses, outside churches at Easter, with names on them of people who believe that Jesus died for them.
Tearfund is a Christian international aid and development agency working globally to end poverty and injustice, and to restore dignity and hope in some of the world’s poorest communities.
Faith motivated. Science informed. Hope inspired. Christian environmental Christian campaign group.
Table Talk for Easter is a conversational game that creates space to explore some of life's more important questions with your friends.
Sunday 30th September 2012 is Back To Church Sunday. A great opportunity to offer a personal invitation to a friend or neighbour to come along to church with you.
On Sunday 23rd June the churches of the Diocese of St Albans are opening their doors to visitors.
Cursillo is a method of supporting and encouraging our lives as Christians.
A vision of mobilising the whole church to reach the whole nation.
A collection of Advent Resources for Schools and Children's Groups prepared by Andrew Holford
Lead Academy uses a distinctive and creative approach to equipping leaders and enabling churches to fulfil their vision.
An umbrella group to enable, equip and inspire people and organisations to create a better culture at night.
A non-denominational project which promotes Bible reading within a community setting - whether on-line or off-line.
According to recent research, reaching 18-30 year olds is the greatest challenge churches face. Damaris Trust have developed the 'Viewfinder' service, which is geared for this age group.
Promotes all forms of mission across the spectrum of urban settings in the diocese; we have a particular concern for deprived areas.
Offers advice to partnerships between parishes and ecumenical partners or agencies, also seeks to respond to the needs - social, spiritual, economic - identified in rural communities.
This course is a new creative way of equipping and mobilising Christians for ground-breaking, transformational, sustainable mission.
Resources from CPAS (Church Pastoral Aid Society) to grow leaders in your church.
Jesus came to bring life in all its fullness ... life that includes physical, mental, social & spiritual wellbeing.
"Using the Bible to inspire children, young people and adults to know God."
BRF has been in existence since 1922 - their aim is to help people to experience the living God - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - at a deeper level, and enable them to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ.
Lifelong Christian learning, resources for discipleship - Foundations21 provide a FREE on-line resource!
A website which provides links to resources for study, reflection and liturgy, which correspond to the Revised Common Lectionary cycle readings you may be using for study, teaching & preaching.
The Diocese of St Albans includes thirty-five parishes where other faith communities comprise more than ten percent of the population - only six dioceses in the country have more multi-faith parishes.
A once in a generation opportunity to make a practical difference to the education and life chances of girls in South Sudan, the majority of whom get no schooling beyond the age of 10.
Encouraging and stimulating conversation ......
Part of St Albans Diocese Church & Society Team, the Race Equality Group oversee and advise on the Diocesan Race Equality Policy, and support advise and offer practical assistance on any race equality issues.
Part of St Albans Diocese Church & Society Team, the Penal Affairs Group seek to educate and mobilise churches of the diocese in issues to do with criminal justice, and be a Christian voice in the criminal justice system.
Part of St Albans Diocese Church & Society Team, the Ministry of Healing Group advise on and promote the Christian ministry of healing and provide training, support and expertise to this area of ministry.
Part of St Albans Diocese Church & Society Team, the HIV / AIDS Support Group seeks to address issues of knowledge and awareness of HIV amongst clergy and members of our churches.
Part of St Albans Diocese Church & Society Team, the Europe Group supports links between our parishes and parish churches across Europe and seeks to raise awareness of the ecumenical dimension to European unity.
Part of St Albans Diocese Church & Society Team, the Community Care Group aims to support clergy and parishes in understanding the needs of a full range of disabled people, the elderly and their carers.
The Weddings Project has been developed to support the Church of England's wedding ministry
This course is open to EVERYONE interested in discovering what Christianity is about. Relax, eat, share your thoughts and explore the Meaning of Life.
"Were the whole realm of nature mine, that were an offering far too small, love so amazing, so divine, demands my soul, my life, my all."
Some people think that poverty in England simply doesn't exist. When you are comfortable and secure it is easy to ignore the broken and hopeless people who struggle with life.
The Evangelical Alliance launches a new booklet answering 15 questions frequently asked questions by South Asians about the Christian faith.
Mission Action Planning is a central element to the diocesan initiative, Living God's Love - it is an invitation to journey, to see things from new perspectives, to discover new ways of doing things and learn from each other as we travel ....
SOMA works for the transformation of individuals and churches, and the healing of communities and their lands through the renewing power of the Holy Spirit by sending and receiving teams worldwide on short-term mission within the Anglican Communion.
Within the Parish Development Team, there is our Children's Work Adviser.
There are staff within the Parish Development Team dedicated to the needs of young people within our communities.
Jim May and his team (the Diocesan Advisory Committee) are a source of advice for parishes on the care of their buildings and churchyards.
A group course which helps church members develop the confidence to share their faith naturally and effectively with friends, family, colleagues and neighbours.
The Evangelism and Church Growth Initiative Core group members have put a group together on Facebook called 'Anglican Witness'.
At St Albans Diocese Office, there are many people able and willing to help you - do please get in touch.
There are a number of groups who belong to the Church and Society Team.
The three journeys embracing the heart of Living God's Love are outlined in this brief leaflet.
Develops themes discussed in Grove Booklet EV93 : The 360 Gospel of Jesus