Lunchtime Chapel Services
We have a Chapel Service each Tuesday lunchtime in the Chapel of St Mary Undercroft from 1.15pm-1.45pm. All Members and staff are very welcome to attend our Services, which include a Bible reading, a short talk and opening & closing hymns. You can listen back to audio from previous Chapel Services using the player below:
Christianity Explored Course
If you would be interested in finding more about the Christian faith, we will shortly be starting a group called 'Christianity Explored' that will meet to discuss the main teachings of the Christian faith, based on the Gospel of Mark. If you would be interested in coming along, please contact Claire Newman at email@example.com.
Bible study group for Parliamentary Staff
All Parliamentary staff are invited to join us for our weekly Bible study group, which meets on Monday lunchtimes. The group meets from 1pm-1:40pm in Room R, Portcullis House. We are currently doing a series called 'The Bible Explored', looking at the whole storyline of the Bible. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about Members' Bible study groups, please contact email@example.com.
Investigating Faith: In Conversation with David Suchet
We were delighted to welcome David Suchet CBE to Speaker's House on Monday 24th October, where he was interviewed by the Rt Hon Dame Caroline Spelman MP about his life, his work and his faith. To listen to an audio recording of the event, please use the audio player below:
Video: 'What can Christianity contribute to politics?'
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. Contributors include Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP, Rt Hon 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?