Here is our Vision
It is designed to lift our horizons beyond the church to the Kingdom of God, from the present to dream of a future in which God is at the heart of things. We hope it will open your eyes to the ways in which God can bring life in all its fullness and inspire you to fresh commitment to the place God has put us and the people we are called to serve here in Milton Keynes. We hope we will find new ways of working together with God and one another to see MK come alive.
A City Alive to God – Brief-Vision-Outline-for-website (2)
Please read it, share it and embed it within your language, your meetings, your thinking and your praying. And, together, let’s make Milton Keynes: A City Alive to God.
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
Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement which the Archbishop of Canterbury is inviting people around the world to join. The wave of prayer will start on 13 May and run for 10 days between the Christian festivals of Ascension and Pentecost to 23 May.