One CWG is planning for a Christmas event with a difference in their workplace. Read about plans for an office-wide baking competition with proceeds going to charity
Results of a survey conducted in August 2017 asking how TWUK has helped CWG leaders the most, and what are felt to be the greatest needs of Christians at the workplace
A new group was set up over Easter 2017 - the Christian Ambulance Network. CAN is for all in the ambulance service. Find out more here about the aims and vision of the group and how to get in touch
The CWG in Royal Bank of Scotland organised an interfaith panel discussion. It turned out to be a thought-provoking look at the factors shaping both individuals' morals and the company values
Mal and Marion (from Phoenix Assurance and Superdry CWGs) attended TWUK's annual conference in 2016 and were inspired to hold a networking event in Gloucestershire to encourage local Christians to start CWGs
Sefton Council CWG looks outwards and holds an Alpha course together with nearby groups and provides Easter eggs for council employees
The CWG at Bedford Council have gone through difficult times as councils have merged and downsized, but a faithful few are rejoicing in God's goodness, and have already laid plans and sent invitations for this year's Christmas carol service.
It’s good to hear of CWGs that are flourishing and making a real impact in the workplace, like the group at Bromley Council whose meetings are providing an inspirational, Spirit-led foundation for moving forward in transforming the workplace.
Feedback from the carol service at Accenture reminds us of how valuable such events are in the workplace, and how much they are appreciated
The PM's endorsement of the recent report 'Speak Up', discussing Christians' freedom to talk about the gospel in the workplace, is an encouragement to us all!