That they all may be one: Insights into English ecumenism

This report explores ecumenism in England. It focuses on Churches Together in England, identifying its strengths and the challenges it faces.

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Faith and Sport

In this blog series we explore the surprising connections between religion and sport. Check out our detailed reports on this here.

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Sporting futures

Andy Reed identifies four things that we need to know about the future of sport (and religion)

Governance in sport: who watches the watchmen?

In the face of alleged corruption in governing bodies we should have more to offer than weary resignation, argues Ben Ryan

Religion and sport: a new normal

Matt Baker from Sports Chaplaincy UK blogs on the rise, and rise, of sport chaplaincy

Sport and trickledown

Sporting wealth isn't trickling but pooling, argues Sam Tomlin in the next of our sport themed blogs.

The Ten Commandments of Sport

To coincide with the recent release of a Christians in Sport/Bible Society report by Theos, Paul Bickley introduces a series of sport-themed blogs.

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