Let's commit to engaging relationally with politics
Amelia Abplanalp writes Friday Night Theology following the election result and calls on Christians to continue to engage in politics and put building relationships at the centre of our approach.
New government must work to protect religious liberty and help the poorest in society
Following the general election result Steve Clifford, general director of the Evangelical Alliance, has called on the government to pursue policies that protect religious liberty and help the poorest in society, and for churches to continue to engage in public life.
What happens to parliament during the general election?
Before the general election on 7 May, 2015 and before a new parliament can be formed, the current parliament must officially end. The process of shutting up shop is rather complex so here is some key information to help you understand the process.
Show up resources
If you would like to book a speaker to visit your church to talk about the Show Up campaign and the importance of voting please head to this page and fill out the speaker request form. We've got a range of resources here which you may find helpful as you discuss the election at your church or small group. You'll find the Show Up video, flyers, a prayer and suggested talks.