Tapestry of Faith

Myths and missions

The origins of Christianity in Britain

Foundation stones

Celtic Christianity and early monasticism

In stone and on parchment

Christianity continues to flourish in Saxon Britain

Kings, saints and martyrs

From the arrival of the Normans to the eve of the Reformation

The winds of change

Attitudes towards the church change, and Luther challenges the authority of Rome

The grand divorce

King Henry VIII initiates the split of the church in England from Rome

Dungeon, fire and sword

Decades of bloodshed and persecution follow the reign of Henry VIII

To be a pilgrim

From the Gunpowder Plot to the Civil War, and from the Pilgrim Fathers to the Puritans

The message to the masses

The life and mission of John Wesley

The British revolutions

Christian life in Victorian Britain: the challenges of industrialisation and the empire

The gospel in action

British Christians respond to the social needs of the late 19th century

The Spirit moves

The role of the churches in wartime Britain and the birth of religious broadcasting

Signs of the times

The ecumenical movement and the growth of the Pentecostal churches in the second half of the 20th century