MKMP Response to Covid-19
The World "After" Covid
Our July 2020 Assembly looked at the topic The World “After” Covid.
In advance of the Assembly, we issued a Survey asking the following questions:
- What is the single most important thing you have observed during the Covid crisis?
- What are the two most pressing issues arising from Covid that you believe churches should seek to address locally?
- What single word/phrase should best describe churches over the next year?
Here’s what you said:
Your responses formed the basis of our conversations together at the July Assembly and were used to construct a poll used during the meeting.
To read more about the July Assembly, click here
Covid-19: What's God got to do with it..? coMPass Sessions
We had a great response to our ‘Covid-19: What’s God got to do with it..?’ coMPass sessions which took place during April 2020 with 29 participants taking part. If you missed out and would be interested in a repeat occasion, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org
For those of you who are wrestling with the question, here’s a few resources you may find helpful…
Short Recent Articles
Giles Fraser “Where is God in this Covid horror?“
Graham Tomlin “In a bewildering world, Easter brings hope“
A Couple of Poems
R.S.Thomas “Tell Us“
W.H.Vanstone “Morning Glory“
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There will be a local Commemoration Service for the Duke of Edinburgh, which will be broadcast from Cornerstone at 2:00pm on Friday afternoon. This will be attended by the Lord Lieutenant, the High Sheriff, the Mayor and our two MPs – with contributions from other faith communities.
The Trustees of Milton Keynes Mission Partnership (MKMP) have decided to undertake a Review of the organisation
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