News Archive

Our archive of previous news items.
The recent coronavirus pandemic has placed much strain on all of our lives, including those people working in the funeral and bereavement sector.
British Airways Christian Fellowship, encourages all members to surrender more to Jesus
Don't give up the habit of meeting together. There are many ways Christians can continue to 'meet' - Christian connection and a Christian presence are two key aspects for Christian Workplace Group survival and impact.
Join as she leads us through a 20 mins meditation for workers across the UK and beyond!
In the last 31 years as a paramedic I've never seen colleagues scared before...
Thy Kingdom Come is a global wave of prayer from 21-31 May. Why not incorporate this into your group's programme?
Thanks to our London Heathrow Chaplain, Steve Buckeridge for providing the below suggestions from a Biblical standpoint.
President Richard Waller of Christians in Library and Information Services, shares his resolute thoughts on Easter and the Coronavirus
Southwark Christian Network have shared these with thanks to:
Christian Council Staff Network are reaching out virtually using their intranet page
Why not use these points when you next meet together as a Christian Workplace Group. Lee also suggests to read and meditate on the following Psalm
Our brother Raffaele from Transform Work Italy shares about life with the Coronavirus. Lets keep praying.
Wondering how to pray effectively for yourself, your colleagues and your organisation...
Ros interviews Nick Shepherd, who is the Programme Director for Setting God's People Free for the Church of England.
In this article, you will learn about an opportunity to experience Christian Meditation in your workplace.
Just in case you missed it at Christmas, we are so excited to tell you about Transform Work Italy and our growing connections into Europe and beyond.
This article talks about the impact the book has had on Christian Workplace Groups.
In this podcast, Ros is interviewed by John Greenall about the work of Transform Work UK.
An article by Rupert Bobrowicz who previously worked for HM Passport Office.
Facebook employees given the green light for 12 hours of worship and prayer on the campus in the Silicon Valley. Live links available.