Chris Lane

Chris Lane is a Salford lad who has spent more than two decades in inner-city Langworthy, working with a community of Christians to see their estate transformed. Beyond this, he was a trustee of Soul Survivor Ministries and has completed an MA in Theology, focussing on urban theology, hospitality and the common meal tradition in the gospels and the earliest church.

Chris has regular speaking engagements around the UK linked to his community work and academic study, and is a Tutor in Theology at Emmanuel Theological College and Tutor for Pioneering and Planting Ministry at St Mellitus College.

Chris is married to Esther, and they have three children, who are being taught to follow Jesus and Manchester United – in that order! In his spare time Chris enjoys running, reading, and watching sport.

Books by Chris Lane

  • Not Forgotten

    Chris Lane

    How do you keep going when everything seems to be falling apart? Not Forgotten begins at a moment of chaos and despair for Chris Lane and Salford’s Langworthy Community Church. Tracing their journey into hope and healing, Chris shares wider reflections on the wilderness experience...

  • Ordinary Miracles

    Chris Lane

    An inspirational account of mess, meals and miracles!

    When Chris Lane and his friends planted a church on an inner-city estate notorious for crime and deprivation...

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