Christians in Parliament Carol Service
Our annual Carol Service, organised jointly with Word for Westminster, takes place on Monday 14th December from 6pm-7pm. We would be delighted for you to join us, however spaces are now very limited so we are only able to make further space available to Parliamentary passholders. RSVP to Ed Hill at email@example.com.
This year, we are also hosting a drinks reception following the service in the CPA Room, across Westminster Hall from the Chapel, from 7pm-8pm. We would be delighted for those attending the service to join us for drinks and mince pies there.
Tuesday Lunchtime Chapel Services
‘A Sting in the Tale’ – The Parables of Jesus
This autumn, we have organised a series of Tuesday lunchtime services in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft, giving an opportunity for reflection in the midst of parliamentary life. The services last from 1.15pm to 1.45pm and include an opening hymn, a talk by a guest speaker and a closing hymn. All Members and Staff are very welcome at these services, regardless of faith.
- 1 December: True Riches (Speaker: Rt Revd Donald Allister)
Bible study group for Parliamentary Staff
A Bible study group has started on Monday lunchtimes for all Parliamentary staff. The group meets from 1pm-1:45pm in Room R, Portcullis House. We are currently studying through the book of Colossians. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about Members' Bible study groups, please contact email@example.com.
Political Theology Reading Group
We have started a new Political Theology Reading Group, meeting once a month to help develop a deeper understanding of the interaction between theology and politics. For further information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.