The General Election of 12 December 2019 will be the most important one in a generation. It will change our country and how we relate to Europe and the rest of the world. Your vote is important. Use it.
In anticipation of the 2015 General Election, NCLF produced the first ever political … Continue reading →
What’s the explanation for the explosion of titles like apostles, prophets, etc., spreading across the Christian world - mostly outside known churches? What’s going on? And is it a good … Continue reading →
A reflection by Bishop Joe Aldred. Written in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Aberdeen Street, a Church of God of Prophecy congregation in Birmingham, and shared to mark Black History Month....
“I am a living testimony to the nurturing ministry of Black Pentecostal Churches, in … Continue reading →
University of St Andrews, Fife Sermon preached on Sunday 29 September 2019
Texts: Jeremiah 32. 1-3a, 6-15; 1 Timothy 6.6-19I bring greetings to St Andrews from my colleagues at Churches Together in England, CTE. We are part of the UK Churches Together family of ecumenical instruments set up by … Continue reading →
Debate on a motion from the mission and public affairs council in CofE General Synod July 2019, York on Responding to serious youth violence
Joe Aldred, Ecumenical Representative
Thank you Chair, for calling me. I bring you warm greetings from the community of Pentecostal and Charismatic … Continue reading →