Blog

Commission blogs

Commission has a range of blog posts and stories from both our events and our family of churches around the world. Read posts by Guy Miller and others below, or read stories about social action and community projects.

Guy Miller’s Blog

Thoughts from Brazil

For the last week, we have been in Brazil. Images of rain forest, waterfalls and wildlife fill our minds and the Valley of Blessing does not disappoint. Situated close to the city of São Paulo it is an oasis of beauty and calm. June is the beginning of Autumn in...

read more

Thoughts from London

  I  am writing this blog from our rented flat in Battersea, on the hottest Easter weekend on record, and with the constant rumble of trains passing our window – making me feel like a goldfish in a bowl. Seven million passengers a year could wave hello as they...

read more

General Blog

Church In The Park 2019

One big marquee, one hundred and thirty two volunteers during the week, many more people involved with the set up, fifteen churches from the city represented and much excitement in the lead up …. all working towards Church In The Park 2019.

read more

Thoughts from Brazil

For the last week, we have been in Brazil. Images of rain forest, waterfalls and wildlife fill our minds and the Valley of Blessing does not disappoint. Situated close to the city of São Paulo it is an oasis of beauty and calm. June is the beginning of Autumn in...

read more

How to use a car wash to reach a community!

Grace Church, a multi-site church meeting in Chichester, Bognor Regis, Midhurst and Havant, has always sought to find innovative ways to engage with the community. From community fun days to showing free films in the open air, the church has gained a reputation in the...

read more

3 Must read books before Westpoint 2019

Westpoint 2019 features an amazing line up of speakers including Hannah Anderson, Andrew Wilson and Andy McCullough. Not only are they engaging speakers, but they have written excellent books too! We decided to ask some people within Commission to read and review...

read more

This is not fake news: journalists want to do good

Your church probably has two responses to the notion of engaging with the media. It’s either extremely nervous, or it simply sees local newspapers and radio as tools for promoting events. That’s the typical attitude of most UK churches, according to Natalie Williams...

read more

Get In Touch

We want to hear from you. Maybe you have a story to share about serving as part of Commission, or you need some specific information, or you spotted an error on this page. Whatever the reason, get in touch. We will only use your email to respond to you concerning this particular subject – this form will not add your email to a list. Find out more in our privacy policy.

1 + 1 =