This Easter, make time to stop and feel the pain of the cross. It may just transform what you do next.
Navigating conflict with a healthy attitude can enable church communities to be a place where all can grow and flourish.
Reverend Cassius Francis, Church Trainer & Resourcer with Loss and HOPE, explores how churches can support those who are grieving.
Unless our social action projects are addressing trauma, we’ll fail to help people move forward.
If we want to be more effective, we need to move out of our comfort zones and be prepared to work with people who don’t think like us.
Disagreement and conflict are hard. However, when managed well, it can help to strengthen and advance your ministry.
Six Cinnamon Recommended Project share their wisdom on supporting teams through times of change.
Gemma Gillard from Truth Be Told, looks at how we can use stories to connect and build community.
Drug and alcohol addiction is at an all-time high and our communities are paying the price. Ricky McAddock from Street Connect considers why churches are well placed to respond.
With Cinnamon’s help, Shore Community Church in Bognor Regis is becoming a hub for wellbeing support in the community.
Let’s be honest – as we look ahead to 2022, there’s plenty to be anxious about. But what are we really afraid of, and how can we overcome that fear?
Partnerships can help you access funding, resources and increase your reach. Our Cinnamon Recommended Projects tell us how they have retained their Christian values while working successfully with secular partners.
Great partnerships don’t happen by magic; they take planning, commitment, and trust. Our Cinnamon Recommended Projects share their advice to help you collaborate with a whole range of partners.
Cinnamon staff and Recommended Projects share Christmas traditions.
We’ve got some suggestions of ways you can pause the treadmill this Christmas and really listen to what’s going on in your community.
Lockdown’s of 2020 heightened our awareness of domestic abuse. As we approach Christmas, we could be set for another surge in cases.
At Christmas, there can be an outpouring of generosity toward rough sleepers. While it comes with heart-felt good intention – it can sometimes be misplaced. Churches are key to rethinking the approach to homelessness..
Building a great team of volunteers can help you to delegate roles so you can get more done, with less pressure on your busy leadership teams.
Ruth Rice from Renew Wellbeing and Joy Wright from Emerge Advocacy share some insight into how to develop healthy boundaries that ensure your volunteers don’t get burnt out.