'What can Christianity contribute to British Society today?'
On Monday 22nd June, the Attlee Suite was full to capacity to hear Dr Tim Keller give a lecture on 'What can Christianity contribute to British society today?'. In the lecture, he argues that Christianity brings a social capital, moral capital and spiritual capital that are of great value to any society. You can listen to the lecture below:
Other Recent Events
We were delighted to have over 250 Members and staff attend our Service for the new Parliament on June 9th, where Archbishop Justin Welby gave the address. We also had over 160 people attend an event to mark the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta on June 15th, with presentations from Nick Spencer of Theos, Prof Julian Rivers from the University of Bristol and Baroness Berridge. Audio from both events is available on the links above.
Annual Service of Prayer and Worship
Each year, Christians in Parliament joins with Christians in Politics and Christians in Government to host a Service of Prayer and Worship. This year's service is at the Emmanuel Centre on Marsham Street on Wednesday 1st July from 7.00pm to 8.30pm. More information here.
Launch of Report into Persecution of Christians in Iran
On Tuesday 10th March, the Christians in Parliament APPG and the APPG on International Religious Freedom or Belief launched a joint report into the persecution of Christians in Iran. You can download a PDF copy of the report here.
A series of videos where MPs and Peers share something of what being a Christian means to them and how it impacts on their work on Parliament. Recent contributors include Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP, Andrea Leadsom MP and Baroness Cox. You can watch them here.
Find information on regular prayer meetings and study groups meeting in Parliament here.
Why should Christians be involved in politics?