Urban Expression Open Days

From time to time Urban Expression holds Open Days - opportunities for anyone interested in Urban Expression to join us for a day in East London.

Open Days may include:

  • An urban trail - a guided walk around part of East London, exploring an area with a rich history of urban Christianity.
  • An opportunity to meet team members and local Christians, and to learn about the work of Urban Expression.
  • A shared meal in a local curry house or other restaurant.

Faith, Church and Nation: An Anabaptist Perspective

By Stuart Murray Williams

The Anabaptist Network was invited to present a paper to the Commission on Faith, Church and Nation set up by the Evangelical Alliance. Stuart Murray Williams wrote this and appeared before the Commission in September 2003.


Introduction

Launch of Post-Christendom Series

Paternoster have launched a new series of books, developed in partnership with the Anabaptist Network, on the theme 'After Christendom'. This began in march 2004 with the publication of Post-Christendom: Church and Mission in a Strange New World by Stuart Murray. This book explores what it means to be Christian in a world in which Christianity is no longer the dominant paradigm in our society. You can read an article by Jonathan Bartley on the new book at Ekklesia.

Further books in the series, to be written by members of the Anabaptist Network, will appear at the rate of roughly one each year from 2005. Next in the series is Church After Christendom by Stuart Murray, published in February 2005. After this will be Faith and Politics After Christendom by Jonathan Bartley.

You can pre-order forthcoming books and order Post-Christendom: Church and Mission in a Strange New World from Paternoster. You can also participate in our After Christendom Forum and further discuss what the end of Christendom means for Christians in the UK and around the world.

General

Bruderhof Communities in the UK - communitarian Anabaptist groups
Church Net UK - extensive list of churches, Christian organisations and resources
CTBI - Churches Together in Britain and Ireland
Ekklesia - not-for-profit think-tank which works to promote theological ideas in the public square

Anabaptist Links

These are links to Anabaptist related organizations sorted by subject. The Anabaptist Network is not responsible for content of these sites, nor does our listing of them constitute an endorsement. Not all Anabaptists think alike.

To see all these links in one page click here.

How can I receive Anabaptism Today?

'You can receive a complimentary copy of the journal Anabaptism Today by contacting the distribution address or ticking the box on the response form. This journal was published three times a year between 1992 and 2004 - 37 copies in total. Copies of all issues and an index of subjects are available and can be purchased from the same address.'

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