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Is the religious right on the rise in Britain? An important new book

The Religious Right is a movement with a mission – to restore Christian supremacy in politics, law and culture.

Ekklesia at Solas Festival: making change, and journeys of belief

Ekklesia will be actively involved in the annual Solas Festival in The Bield at Blackruthven, Perthshire from 23-25 June 2017.

Examining the manifestos for principles and action

Ekklesia has published a detailed document summarising nine key party manifestos (Conservative, Green, Labour, Liberal Democrat, National Health Action Party, Plaid Cymru, Scottish National Party,

Ekklesia election focus: #Vote4CommonGood in 2017

Ekklesia and the Centre for Welfare Reform have created a joint #Vote4CommonGood project in preparation for the UK General Election on 8 June 2017.

Ekklesia and the 2017 General Election

As in previous years (2005, 2010 and 2015) Ekklesia will not be registering with the Electoral Commission as a lobbyist.

Faith, politics and peace in an age of Trump

'Faith, Politics and Peace in the Age of President Trump' is a discussion organised by the Edinburgh Inter-Faith Association and Uniting for Peace and will take place on Thursday 27 April 2017

Former Archbishop Rowan Williams and Prof Mona Siddiqui in conversation

This is a unique opportunity to

TODAY: Assisted dying and living: a better conversation (Thurs 2 Feb)

The debate about assisted dying and assisted living can be fractious and complex. We believe that a better conversation can be had: one built on deep human empathy and compassion.

Ekklesia bulletins and plans for the future

Our bulletins will be returning soon we hope, after a hiatus occasioned by some technical problems.

REMINDER: 'Is the right to offend sacred?' event re-scheduled

Ekklesia and Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church's 'Is the right to offend sacred?' event is being rescheduled for logistical and other reasons.