National Estate Churches Network

Tag: Discipleship

  • The World of Jesus a New Course from Jesus Shaped People

    A new 8 week online course on Wednesdays from April 7th, 7–9 pm Gordon Dey from Jesus Shaped People has created an eight-week, Zoom-driven course entitled World of Jesus that draws from his experience of leading pilgrimage groups to Israel and Palestine over the past 30 years. Gordon is offering the opportunity for people belonging to […]

  • Worship at Home Resources for Holy Week and Easter

    This time last year, we were trying to get our heads around not being in the church building for Holy Week and Easter. Actually, that’s not quite right: we were trying to get our heads around not being able to gather for Holy Week and Easter. In Hodge Hill in recent years, many of the […]

  • NECN in conversation with Andy Greiff

    Buttershaw Estate in Bradford is most famous for the setting of Rita, Sue and Bob Too film and the birth place of its author Andrea Dunbar. This gritty comedy/ drama shows what life can be like on a northern estate, but there are many other stories that paint the picture. It’s been so encouraging over the past […]

  • Praxis Labs Centre for Hope and Activism

    Praxis Labs run courses to help you turn your faith into action. They are starting another one on 8 April. It’s hugely accessible, really inspiring and welcomes all theological perspectives. It’s also ‘pay as you can afford’ and so accessible from a finance perspective too. “As lockdown (hopefully) comes to an end in the next […]

  • Managing Finances and Your Mental Health Webinar

      The Mentoring Advocacy Network is a project which promotes positive male role models whilst raising awareness of toxic views of masculinity. They are hosting a series of webinars to raise awareness of and engage with men’s issues. The upcoming webinar will look at managing finances and mental health, particularly during the pandemic. Although the […]

  • Who’s who @NECN

    Introducing Emma Ash – Trustee From living in a high-rise building in Hong Kong and travelling back to the U.K. staying with my Mum in her council flat, trying to discern my calling, I ended up writing a piece for the Church Times on the financial barriers that ordination places onto the work-class. Andy Delmege […]

  • Coming in September – 1st Annual Charles Gore Lecture

    A new lecture series in memory of the first Bishop of Birmingham, Charles Gore, will be starting this September at Birmingham Cathedral. Charles Gore was known for his concern for justice for people living in poverty in urban areas. When St. Philip’s Church became a cathedral he decided to allocate diocesan funds to meet social […]

  • Help for Families in Mixenden for Half Term

    As half term approaches we have some good news about how Holy Nativity Church in Mixenden have stepped in to help hungry families. Ash Green Community Primary School provide breakfast packs and food parcels to the most vulnerable families and families have been able to access the government free school meals vouchers. To fill the […]

  • Who’s who @NECN

    Over the coming months we are going to take a look at who the Trustees of NECN are, their passions, their skills and what they get up to in and out of NECN. If you would like to get more involved, feel you have passion or skills which could be useful please do get in […]

  • Interview with Guvna B

    Guvna B, a double MOBO Award winning rapper and author from East London, was recently interviewed at the Everything Conference, the focus of which is how Christians can renew culture. Guvna B has faced challenges and disadvantages in life but has nevertheless achieved some remarkable things. How has God has used these weaknesses or the […]