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Ekklesia to crowdfund 'Foxes Have Holes' - a Christian response to the housing crisis

Ekklesia is delighted to announce our latest crowdfunding venture: 'Foxes Have Holes' - a Christian response to the housing crisis.

Response to queries about Ekklesia WCA survey

We have had some feedback about some potential difficulties with regards to the Work Capability Assessment (WCA) survey we recently launched.

Sex and Sensibility - An atheist and priest talk about sexuality and social change

Sex and Sensibility: October 13th, 6.30pm. Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235, Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H, 8EP.

Pax Christi Conference - Women and Peacemaking 1915 - 2015

Bassa Jang! Enough War! This was one of the clear messages delegates at a conference on Women & Peacemaking heard in London on Saturday 26 September.

ESA and WCA survey: background and guidance notes

Ekklesia is committed to the abolition of the Work Capability Assessment (WCA).

Sex and Sensibility: Peter Tatchell and Sally Hitchiner in conversation

SEX AND SENSIBILITY: SALLY HITCHINER AND PETER TATCHELL IN CONVERSATION 13 October, 6.30pm, Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235, Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8EP Tickets £6.

How to successfully engage young people with your charity initiative

The starting point for any successful charitable initiative should always be an awareness of a need that is not currently being met and a clear idea of how it could be.

Forthcoming Ekklesia Events

As the summer draws to a close, we'd like to highlight the forthcoming events over the next couple of months.

War Game showing to mark 70th anniversary of Hiroshima and Nagasaki

To mark the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bombings, CND is hosting a screening of the classic anti-nuclear war film The War Game, including a discussion with the film's orig

Why enforcing the flawed PREVENT strategy is dangerous and misplaced

Ekkesia co-director Simon Barrow is one of a range of signatories to a letter in the Independent newspaper (others include leading academics, educationists and human rights advocates) expressing co