Welcome to the Salt of the Earth Network – a place to meet people who believe that church, businesses and communities should be united.

We are a self-supporting charity and this website provides more information about the network and its activities, past, present and future.

Matthew 5:13

‘You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? It is no longer good for anything, except to be thrown out and trampled underfoot.

Dates for your Diary

7th June – Curating Spaces of Hope

Speakers:    Prof. Elaine Graham & Prof. Chris Baker

The Curating Spaces of Hope work has developed out of research at the Centre for Faiths and Public Policy at the University of Chester and social engagement work by the Anglican Church in Stockport.  Curating Spaces of Hope combines a research led framework with missional, outward facing and partnership driven engagement.  This has produced a tripartite of community case studies, community conversations and a strategy for curating an issue oriented movement.

6th July – The Challenge of Modern Slavery

A discussion led by Quentin Lake.

Companies increasingly see addressing modern slavery in their supply chain, and in their business, as a critical issue. Come and learn more about modern slavery, the biblical foundation for addressing it, case studies of good practice, and how you as an individual can bring change.

Have a look at the flyer for more information and to book your place.



7th May – 1.30-4pm
Science, heritage, faith and training exhibitions & talks
Hands-on science and activities for all ages
Live music, visual arts and community drama
Contemporary Worship and a talk by the Bishop of Birkenhead

This year’s event will be bigger and better than ever. Come along and see for yourselves – entry is free.