Churches and Christian entrepreneurs are being challenged to lead an outbreak of the spirit of enterprise to help replace jobs lost during the coronavirus pandemic. Matt Bird’s challenge, which is published in an article in The Times today, was made in the week that official statistics showed the UK economy shrank by 2.6% in November.
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Cinnamon Network International helps churches transform communities. Our global goal is to mobilise 35,000 local churches, in 25 countries demonstrate Jesus’ love in tangible ways to 3.5 million people experiencing vulnerability and isolation.
We respond to invitations from leaders in countries around the world to support them to start a Cinnamon Network to help their churches transform communities
Each network reflects the distinctive of the nation and yet has a common approach of Starting Community Projects, Measuring Community Impact and Strengthening Community Networks.
Cinnamon Network International is currently supporting the development of Cinnamon Networks in eight nations. It is expecting to be supporting the development of Cinnamon Networks in twenty-five nations in the next five years.
We are looking to partner with leaders in church, business, political and media to see that expectation become reality.
Could we start working together to develop a Cinnamon Network in your nation? If so, please get in contact, we would love to start a conversation with you.
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Circuit Breaker helps local churches address the root causes of domestic violence in their communities.
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As the pandemic continues, we need an outbreak of something more powerful than a virus: the spirit of enterprise. It is if time for new business enterprises that create value and jobs to replace the hundreds of thousands being lost. We need initiatives that can create social glue, capable of bringing the disparate parts of our lonely and isolated society together.
The Cinnamon Faith Action Audit (CFAA) seeks to measure the collective social impact of local churches and faith-based organisations in a geographic region. This is the story behind the Cinnamon Faith Action Audit in Illawarra, New South Wales, Australia.
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