London Churches Retract Policy Following Row with Musicians

The Diocese of London has launched on November 1, 2017 a website to cater to musicians looking for church facilities for hire in the city.

Most Brits Value Six out of the Ten Commandments

According to a latest poll, most British declared that only six out of the Ten Commandments are "important principles to live by".

Christians in Indonesia Demand the Right to Worship

A Christian congregation in Indonesia is demanding the local government to honor its right to worship in its church.

Key to Progress is in the Church—Nigerian VP

An ecumenical center was formally opened in Yenagoa, Nigeria on October 31, 2017. The 10,000-capacity center was built by the Bayelsa State government and the inauguration was organized by Nigerian pastors, reports Information Nigeria.

Chocolate Factory Launches Christian-based Contest

Marshall hopes that the contest will be a means of evangelization that is fun and enjoyable to the children. He said many children learn about the story of Christmas for the first time through advent calendars.

Australian Churches are More Diverse than Ever—Survey

To reach out to local communities, local churches usually organize community meals and musical events. Members are encouraged to invite guests for these events. However, many church goers wanted new meaningful activities.

Christian Newspaper Uses Manga to Attract Young Followers

A newspaper based in Japan uses cartoons, game apps, and cosplay events to engage the youth in Christianity, reports Japan Times.

Church of England a Hit on Social Media

Latest figures showed that the Church of England is reaching more than a million people every month through social media.

Europe’s Biggest Christian Exhibit Opens in Surrey

Thousands of attendees visited the Christian Resources Exhibition (CRE) in Surrey on October 17-19, 2017.

Christian Group Banned from Oxford’s Freshman Fair

Members of Christian Union (CU) were prevented from having a booth at the Balliol College's freshman fair after organizers claimed that Christianity is used as an “excuse for homophobia and certain forms of neocolonialism”.