What does it mean to BE Church in the change now, and what can we recover, retain and reimagine about how to be and do Church in the future?

We are hosting a series of conversations looking at what we might be able to learn so far and how we might reimagine the future. Some important conversations include:

  • The importance of the scattered church, when we cannot gather in normal ways.
  • Creating meaningful connections through Church, in and beyond a digital forum. 
  • The unique role of Church in the Public Square as we serve the most vulnerable alongside social infrastructures.
  • How do we share our faith and point to Jesus in this strange moment, and beyond?

So over the next few weeks each Tuesday and Thursday at 11 am we will be hosting a Zoom session which will last one hour. 

These events are free, there is no registration and you simply click on the links below to join in.

Do consider joining the Evangelical Alliance if you haven’t already. We are a membership organisation made up of individual, church and organisational members. You can find out more and join us here.

Archived webinar recordings

Thursday May 7, 11 AM — Covid-19, the Church and civic engagement.

Host: David Smyth

Guests: Karen Jardine (PCI), Nicola Brady (Irish Council of Churches) and Ricky Wright (Vineyard Compassion).

Access: This webinar is over but it has been recorded, you can watch it below.


Tuesday May 5, 11 AM

Host: Donna Jennings

Speakers: Malcolm Duncan on Church and the vulnerable, featuring voices that represent domestic violence, poverty, asylum seekers, mental health, the care system, and disability.

Access: This webinar is now over, you can view it below.



Thursday April 23

Panel discussion hosted by Peter Lynas with Andy Masters, Mairisine Stanfield and Barry Forde followed by live Q&A. — If you missed it, or want to revisit some of the conversation, we’ve saved the webinar as a video recording, below. (Apologies that the first minute wasn’t recorded).


Tuesday April 21 

With Peter Lynas, Rev Gareth MacLean and Donna Jennings. If you missed it, or want to revisit some of the conversation, we’ve saved the webinar as a video recording, below.


We will keep you updated as details of further webinars are agreed in the weeks ahead.