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Preview: Ekklesia commentary on the 2015 Summer Budget

Chancellor George Osborne has promised "bold" policies that will "secure Britain's future" for his 2015 Budget, which will be unveiled when he addresses the House of Commons from 12.30pm today (Wed

New website for Ekklesia

When Jonathan Bartley and Simon Barrow set up Ekklesia thirteen years ago, they began with just one webpage.

£25,000 to bring a contemporary solution to an everyday problem

The Christian Initiative Trust has announced the launch of its 2015 awards scheme, renamed simply ‘The Christian Initiative Trust Aw

Speak Up For the Love Of - Climate Change Lobby

Today 17th June 2015 sees the biggest ever Climate Change Lobby of Parliament.

Methodist Conference 2015

This year's Methodist Conference will take place in Southport at the Southport Theatre & Convention Centre from 25 June to 2 July.

Pax Christi Annual General Meeting and Peace Awards

Pax Christi members and supporters from around the country will gather in London on 6 June to celebrate 70 years of the movement which was founded in France in 1945.

Yes to Equal Marriage - a personal response to the Irish referendum

Yesterday evening I went out canvassing for a Yes vote with my friend Stephen Cooper-Fair in Killala.

Remembering the Armenian Genocide 100 years later

On 23 April, the 100th anniversary of the day marked as the beginning of the Armenian genocide, Ekklesia and Harecourt United Reformed Church co-hosted an important discussion on the subject.

Opening up the castle - the need for transparent politics - Jake Cunliffe

In Kafka’s The Castle, officials from the 'castle' go to extraordinary lengths to conceal their presence in the village, where those who rely on their administration live.

In Praise of Anger - Reverend Ray Gaston

Less than 48 hours after the election of the Tory government, thousands took to the streets in a spontaneous demonstration that ended up at the Conservative Party HQ.