Useful Links


Workplace Chaplaincy Mission UK:    Network and news for Workplace Chaplains


Chaplaincy to Birmingham Central Business Community: Chaplaincyplus

Churches, Work and Economy in the Black Country: BCUIM

Churches, Work and Economy in Coventry and Warwickshire: Workcare

Churches, Work and Economy in Worcestershire: Faith at Work Worcestershire


London Institute of Contemporary Christianity: Work Forum

Faith in Business – Network of Christian Business Leaders

Transformwork UK – Support for Christian Workplace Groups

Agape Workplace Ministry – Support for Christians in the Workplace


St Paul’s Institute: Reflections on Faith and Economy, by leading City experts and Church Leaders.

Centre for Enterprise, Markets and Ethics: Theological analysis and ethics of Free Markets

Transforming Business Ideas to help Christian businesses to make a difference in the world


Baptist, United Reformed and Methodist Church Resources on Economic Issues

Methodist Church Resources to connect Work and Faith

Methodist Church: Workplace Chaplaincy resources

Church of England National Resources on ‘Work and Economy’


Birmingham Churches Together

The Anglican Diocese of Birmingham

The Archdiocese of Birmingham


The Council of Christians and Jews

Christian Muslim Forum

History of Industrial Mission movement


After Sunday is a UK organisation dedicated to strengthening the connection between faith, work and the world.  Contains details of courses and ideas for integrating a faith and work perspective into the life of your church.

Faith at Work New Zealand has a long history of resourcing Christians to connect faith and daily life and work.  Contains articles, links to other websites and a list of useful books and resources.

Christian Association of Business Executives is an ecumenical organisation offering a network and events.  The website also contains some interesting articles.

Christians at Work is an evangelical organisation offering a range of free resource sheets on topics including:  meeting the needs of a working congregation, setting up a town centre Christian group, and prayer in the workplace.  They also run conferences.

Worktalk is a UK-based organisation which offers coaching, retreats and downloadable suggestions for activities and clips to use in worship and small groups.

MODEM is an ecumenical Christian network encouraging ‘authentic dialogue between exponents of leadership, organisation, spirituality and ministry to aid the development of better disciples, community, society and world’.  They publish journals, organise events and run regional networks.

Industrial Christian Fellowship, founded in 1877, develop resources aimed at helping Christians live out their faith in their workplaces (not just in ‘industry’), they also have worship resources.  The website contains various articles and free ready-to use material for parish magazines.

CHRISM (Christians in Secular Ministry) is an association for anyone seeing ‘secular’work as their primary field of ministry.  It holds conferences and retreats and publishes a journal.

DISTINCT DISCIPLES – Equipping, Resourcing and Inspiring Christians in the Workplace – from Australia.





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