Faith and spirituality

Only 2 weeks to go until Soundcheck 2013, and if you're thinking of joining us, there's still a few spaces left! It's going to be a wonderful weekend, packed with exciting workshops, wonderful speakers and great opportunities to meet other people from around the SPEAK Network. Read on for the latest details of the lineup...
SPEAK member, Rev. Daniel Woodhouse was asked to write and lead a service during a vigil outside no.10, Downing Street, as we pursue changes in climate policy to reflect David Cameron's Christian faith. Here's part 2 of the service:
SPEAK member, Rev. Daniel Woodhouse was asked to write and lead a service during a vigil outside no.10, Downing Street, as we pursue changes in climate policy to reflect David Cameron's Christian faith. Here's part 1 of that service:
Here's the last of our 4 Bible studies for the run up to Christmas, looking at the difference Jesus has made to our thinking on land and food, from the perspective of those who waited for His arrival.
Here's the third of our 4 Bible studies connected to the Seeding Change campaign, looking at those who foretold the coming of Jesus, and what they have to say about land, food and social justice.
Here's the second in our series of 4 Bible studies for Advent on the theme of land, food and waiting for the coming of Jesus
Here's the first of 4 Advent Bible studies to get you or your group thinking more about the Biblical basis of food justice and the difference the coming of Jesus makes.
Faith Link Andrew Harrison SPEAKS about the importance of welcome in our Christian theology
Faith Link Andrew Harrison SPEAKS about his experience at the Feminism in London conference last Saturday and reflects on the question “Would Jesus have blurred lines”
The Harvest period is a great time to get people thinking about where their food comes from. Many churches have a 'thanksgiving' service around this time of year, which often involves getting people to donate food, which is then redistributed to needy people. But the SPEAK network is all about getting to the root causes of poverty and injustice - we think that Harvest is the perfect time to get the church to take a deeper look at where our food comes from.