Imagining the possibilities in post-Christian Britain

Eighty-five per cent of people who don’t go to church are unlikely to do so. Jonny Baker, Britain mission hub director, urges us to see the potential beyond the percentages.

CMS partner’s fight to end FGM recognised in New Year Honours List

Dr Ann-Marie Wilson awarded MBE

Church – for the birds?

How caring for creation led to community connections for one Tyne and Wear church

A listening year

Church Mission Society has bold mission plans, but we dare not launch them without first listening to Jesus, to each other and to voices from the edges.

Blogger and youth mentor Joseph Ola joins CMS Pioneer team

New lecturer strengthens African Diaspora MA route

Strategic lay pioneer leaders training hub to open in Birmingham

Church Mission Society joins with The United Reformed Church, The Congregational Federation and Seedbeds to launch the 'Newbigin Pioneering Hub’

Gather: Wild-erness on Anglesey

Get a flavour of the recent pioneer gathering on Anglesey with words by Liz Dunbar and photos by Mark Kensett

What is pioneering?

Take some time to connect with the calling, challenge, ministry and hope of pioneering, says Ash Barker. Could this be describing you?

Flying kites with invisible string

Annabel is an eight-year-old whose sibling sadly will die. Mission partner Ruth Radley is privileged to be there for Annabel.

Community cafe commended for caring

Home Cafe offers hot coffee and a warm welcome to refugees

A decade of difference: anti-FGM charity marks a milestone

28 Too Many, the charity founded by CMS mission partner Ann-Marie Wilson, is celebrating 10 years of working to eradicate female genital mutilation (FGM).

Lambeth Awards for CMS people

Archbishop of Canterbury recognises unique contributions to church worldwide