Newsletter Archive

Building for the Next 100 Years

At The Warehouse, we long to see a world marked by God’s peace and justice, a world which embodies goodness between all things, a world where there is restoration of all that has been broken. Yet it doesn’t take too much work to recognise that we are a long way away

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First About Jesus

“We are not first about Justice: we are first about Jesus. And lives lived in obedience to Jesus, in love for each other, lead to and look like Justice.” The Warehouse Team [1] Over the last 20 years, as we have journeyed with local churches in how best to express the Good

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A quick catch-up from The Warehouse

Dear friends, Now that we have crossed the threshold into the second half of 2022 (!) we wanted to use this newsletter to recentre who we are, revisit some of the things we felt God was calling us to prioritise this year, and celebrate some of the work we have been involved

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The Peace and Justice of God for the World

The overarching vision of The Warehouse is to see the Church actively living out the peace and justice of God for the world. All of the work that we do seeks to move towards this vision. We believe that local churches, not just because of their prevalence and position (particularly

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Reading the Signs of the Times

“You know how to interpret the appearance of the sky, but you cannot interpret the signs of the times” These are the words of Jesus to the Pharisees and Sadducees in the Gospel of Matthew. Unfortunately, the Pharisees and the Sadducees are not the only ones with this limitation. Many

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Looking Back – Moving Forward

Dear friends, Towards the end of last year, we shared the news that we would be bidding farewell to Craig Stewart, our founding CEO. We have so enjoyed the last few months of celebrating and affirming Craig in all that has transpired over the past 19 years. We have included

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God Moved into the Neighbourhood

Dear friends, As we celebrate a God who loved us so much that They “became flesh and blood and moved into the neighbourhood”*, we hope that some of these reflections will add to your celebration, deepen your imagination for a fully-restored cosmos and give you some ways you can partner

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