St Paul's Institute
Located within the City of London, St Paul's Institute seeks to foster an informed Christian response to the most urgent ethical and spiritual issues of our times: equality, stewardship and the meaning of the common good.
The launch of the new Eco Church awards scheme took place on 26th January, with St Paul's Cathedral the first to receive a Bronze award! More »
by Diane Sheard
Getting all world leaders to agree on something, at the same time, in the same place, is rare to say the least. More »
COP21 has been hard won and now needs to be hard-wired. This isn't an optional extra for us as Christians and as Anglicans. More »
After the crisis, financial systems are still not changing: Christians need to help find ways forward. More »
Paul Mason provides an alternative vision of what it means for humanity to live in relationship with one another and the world that we inhabit. More »
Harvest Festival Homily given to the Worshipful Company of International Bankers at St Mary-le-Bow Church. More »
by Amrita Bhohi
What would a society look like that was founded upon values of reverence for life, interconnectedness, co-operation and stewardship? More »
St Paul's Institute has released a briefing sheet on the Fair and Effective Markets Review, encouraging organisations to participate in the Bank of England's forthcoming Open Forum. More »
A group of investors including the Church Commissioners for England are urging ExxonMobil to disclose the resilience of its business model in the wake of the Paris Agreement on climate change.
Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby's address at the Primates meeting in Canterbury, Monday 11th January 2016.
New Church of England statistics for 2014 published today show that just under one million people attend services each week.
The Archbishop and Mrs Margaret Sentamu gave a presentation at General Synod on Climate Change. This follows their visit to churches and communities in Samoa ,Tonga and Fiji earlier this year.
The General Synod has given its overwhelming backing to work by parishes and dioceses to support the resettlement of vulnerable Syrian refugees.