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

Giving faith a fighting chance

Eastender Jay Lilley sparred with army life, wealth and homelessness before finding faith in the boxing ring.

Stumbling towards the edges

Andy Roberts and Jonny Baker talk about the edges of mission, in the UK and globally.

Ann-Marie Wilson, Britain

Working to end FGM and violence against women and girls, especially across Africa and the diaspora

Festo and Grace Kanungha, Britain

Supporting and resourcing local churches in their ministry to children and young people, working closely with St Martin’s Liskeard

Ruth Sayers, Britain

Church worker showing Christ in the community through helping people get back into work, assisting with Bible studies, pastoral care and more.

Anna and Chris Hembury, Britain

Sharing life with people on the margins and supporting them to connect with themselves, each other, the planet and God.

Garry Ion, Britain

Supporting and connecting with people on the margins, especially men, through practical work in Community Shed groups.

CMS Conversations Day 2022

The 10th gathering for Church Mission Society’s annual Conversations Day will focus on sustainability and lasting change in mission.

Mission and disabled people

Tim Rourke shares research on how attitudes, access and agency are often missing when the church talks about mission and the disabled community.