Churches Together in Milton Keynes

We are a network of Christian communities in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas. We are working together to show God’s love to the Borough and City of Milton Keynes.

Our current priority is to build a strong network of committed member congregations, but we are also beginning to focus on the Cost of Living, Climate and Mental Health crises that impact our communities in a big way.

Black History Month - October 2023


October is Black History Month. Why should Christians celebrate it? Richard Reddie, from Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, reflects on whether Christians should put aside differences and come together for the common good. 

Plus a round-up of resources and events -

After the Flood documentary

'After the Flood' is a new documentary for Black History Month, which shows how the 18th century Church became embroiled in slavery. It explores how the Church justified its involvement in the trade and its lasting impact. The film concludes with what this means for Christian reconciliation today.

You can watch the film as a church, small group or in your own time:

Pioneering Women of Milton Keynes

Fola Komolafe, of MK Christian Centre and newly appointed Chief Executive of World Vision UK, is one of the pioneering Black women of MK that MK City Council are celebrating during Black History Month.

Find out more about her in Station Square, Central Library and Centre:MK during October.

Also the news item on the BBC News website here - 'Black female pioneers of Milton Keynes celebrated'
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