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We equip churches to transform their communities through the practice of community organising, rooted in theological reflection and prayer

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Conference on Pope Francis’ new book

We are convening this online event, with partners in the US, EU & UK, responding to the Pope’s call for the Church to work more deeply with popular movements

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Buxton: “A new kind of politics”

Applications for the Buxton Leadership Programme have opened. Watch interns reflect on their experience of the programme here.

About us

The Centre for Theology & Community is based in the heart of east London. We grew out of local churches in membership of Citizens UK – the national home of community organising.

We work with a growing range of churches – including long-established congregations as well as new church plants. Our partner churches are from various denominations and styles. We believe churches in deprived and diverse areas have a vital role to play in the transformation of their communities and of wider society.

We equip churches through the practices of community organising, theological reflection and prayer. We also help them to use their resources more effectively for their mission. We undertake research to support their mission and share the lessons through publications, training and consultancy.

Our News

– Listen to our Just Church podcast on congregational development and community organising, growing out of our Organising for Growth project with the Church of England

– Our William Seymour Programme is deepening engagement in community organising among Pentecostal leaders and congregations

– Find out more about Clean for Good – and read its new report on ethical outsourcing

– Hear Shermara Fletcher, Charnelle Barclay and Angus Ritchie discussing organising, Pentecostalism and racial justice

– Listen to our Director’s lecture on Populism and the Politics of Jesus here and read a shortened version here.

– Our data protection policy is here.

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