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Share the Miracle
Share the Miracle

Simply put, ShareTheMiracle believes we are all ‘designed for kindness’ and that these moments of kindness can build and ultimately transform communities. Easter is arguably the most important time in the Church calendar, remembering what many consider to be the greatest act of kindness. ShareTheMiracle is an easy and effective way to connect with those in your workplace.

For several Christian Work Groups, ShareTheMiracle has been used on the front line. Useful within your ‘whole life’, ShareTheMiracle has provided an opportunity for people to reach out throughout the day – on the train, by the coffee machine, at the workplace or in the pub after work. Whether you’re a trainee or a chief executive, ShareTheMiracle has enabled people to start a conversation through an act of kindness and extend an invitation to build their community. Some groups have used it to invite colleagues round for a coffee, just to get to know them; others have invited people to an Easter service run in the workplace.

Some groups have also used ShareTheMiracle to aid social action. Loneliness for example is a growing challenge for many, including the elderly. Why not invite people to join your group in reaching out to the elderly in your area and invite the elderly person to listen to a short musical performable, a story, play a game or simply enjoy a cup of tea. This type of activity has proven to be very impactful.

The flexibility and simplicity of ShareTheMiracle and its all-inclusive nature has meant its something that everyone of all ages and abilities can engage in. Last year, groups ran it up and down the country in Great Ormond Street Hospital, through Westminster council, schools, churches, to the homeless, elderly, victims of human trafficking and more. Its been so exciting to see it grow from engaging 100 people during Easter 2013 to engaging over 15,000 people across the UK last Easter.

Many have found ShareTheMiracle to be a fun, all-inclusive and effective tool to reach out, build relationships and form stronger communities at Easter and we’d love it if you’d like to join in too!


A report on the Barclays Christian Forum Easter event
Elizabeth recently attended the Christians in Government Easter service in Westminster. John Kirkby of CAP brought reflections and told how God has used CAP to help many
The Sefton Council Christian Workplace Group put on a varied Easter display for staff at the Council - as suggested by their Personnel Manager!
Easter is on it's way... what a great opportunity to share the heart of Christianity - Jesus' Death, Resurrection and Ascension. Here are some ideas. Do let us know if you are planning something new.
And the winner recieves a The Real Easter Egg from the meaningful chocolate company?
We wanted to do something different and memorable and fun that would last. Easter eggs get eaten and forgotten...
Literally just got all of the sites to pay for hot cross buns for everyone. I’m hoping to draft a message with details of the churches closest to the offices and get that promoted.
Sefton Council CWG looks outwards and holds an Alpha course together with nearby groups and provides Easter eggs for council employees
Meryl explains the periods of prayer and fasting that the PwC Christian Network as arranged through Advent and Lent
A Christian Workplace Group offers an example of supporting a local charity through the proceeds of an Easter service
President Richard Waller of Christians in Library and Information Services, shares his resolute thoughts on Easter and the Coronavirus
A fine example of all faiths coming together to the benefit of the company occurred at Rolls Royce in Derby, where staff gather to remember the recent atrocities in Sri Lanka
The Christian Staff Network joined with the Black Professionals Network of Barclays in Canary Wharf to arrange an event: 'Easter - The Passion'. Key leaders spoke of their faith
The death and resurrection of Jesus is the big story line of the Bible. It’s no surprise, then, that a majority of Christians celebrate it every year on Easter Sunday.