staff writers's blog

Open Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury from sexual abuse survivor Gilo

Earlier in October 2017, Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby

General Election 2017: rolling blog

Welcome to Ekklesia's rolling blog on the General Election 2017, which will be running actively from an hour after close of polls at 11pm tonight, Thursday 8 June 2017, through to the morni

Virginia Moffatt moves on

Virginia Moffatt, who has been Ekklesia’s Chief Operating Officer for the past two years, is leaving the organisation this week to take up an important NHS post in Oxford, where she lives.

Join Ekklesia at Greenbelt: housing, war and peace, sexuality and the Bible

Ekklesia is delighted to be involved in more events and discussions than ever before at the 216 Greenbelt Festival, which brings Christians and others together to look at how the world is being, an

Ecumenical Patriarch and Pope visit migrants in Lesbos

Pope Francis visits the Greek island of Lesbos on Saturday 16 April 2016.

Middle East Analysis podcast on the Holy Land Coordination

The focus for the first Middle East Analysis podcast of 2016, featuring Ekklesia associate Dr Harry Hagopian, is the Holy Land Coordination – a week long pilgrimage made by Catholic bishops from ac

How your Christmas shopping can help Ekklesia

Do you shop online? Are you planning to purchase your Christmas presents that way? If so you can help Ekklesia without spending any more money. 

More student concern over Stirling religion department

Following the recent reports of continuing concern from students at the University of Stirling over the imperilled future of the globally recognised religion programme there, we have received anoth

Rent Freedom Day puts private housing crisis on the agenda

Generation Rent writes: "If you rent from a private landlord, you’re probably under pressure. You spend on average two days wages every week on rent, you have a one in three chance of living in squalor and you have very little protection if the landlord wants their property back.