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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Mental Health

In this blog series, we explore the relationships between religion and mental health. This builds on our research, Christianity and Mental Health: Theology, Activities, Potentialwhich shows what Christians are already doing in this field and asks what further work needs to be done.  


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The pursuit of perfection

Imogen Ball writes on why using social media is a risk as well as an opportunity

Digital Obesity

Eve Poole, author of Leadersmithing, writes about internet use, mental health and connections that churches can offer

The Church, Healing and Human Flourishing

Gillian Straine, Director of the Guild of Health & St Raphael, discusses the Christian vision of healing

Christianity and Psychotherapy

Mark Vernon writes about psychotherapy as a response to the crisis for inner life

Church and mental health: reading the signs

Alison Hogger-Gadsby, director of Keeping Health in Mind, discusses three areas Christians should focus on to engage with mental health.

Spiritual aspects of depression

In the first in our series on mental health, Fraser Watts discusses how faith can help people overcome depression.

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