For some work is a vocation, for others it is simply a means to an end (making a living), and a drudge. What’s the meaning of work? How are people finding meaning through work? Do we work too hard as a society, and what does this mean for our personal relationships, caring responsibilities and family life? As the originators of the Protestant Work Ethic, what has the church to offer a world where stress and overwork are rife, and where those who work hardest of all seem to earn the least and be accorded the least dignity?
Ministering the gospel of Christ to people in their daily work and economic relationships is part of the whole life and mission of the Church.
Please direct any enquiries to Alison Webster, Social Responsibility Adviser, email@example.com
In Buckinghamshire please contact the Milton Keynes Christian Foundation for local support or information:
Sector Ministry (Ecumenical)
Milton Keynes Christian Foundation, Foundation House, The Square, Aylesbury Street, Wolverton, Milton Keynes MK12 5HX Tel: 01908 312843 www.mkchristianfoundation.co.uk
Stephen Norrish (Baptist)
Graham Ghaleb (URC)