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Setting out on the journey to understanding

Setting out on the journey to understanding

Inspired by R. S. Thomas, Susan Fogarty explores the differences between "faith tourism" and pilgrimage

Strict disciple of discipline

Strict disciple of discipline

Two hundred years after the Battle of Waterloo, Donald Gray commemorates a Lancashire incumbent who was 'on the field of battle' that day

A philanthropist who cherished the individual

A philanthropist who cherished the individual

As the Church commemorates Samuel Barnett, priest and social reformer, Adrian Leak celebrates his legacy

Not out in the midday sun, but in church

Not out in the midday sun, but in church

David Bryant finds the Church of England flourishing in Spain, with the help of Roman Catholic hospitality

 

Made in the image of God

Made in the image of God

Rod Garner celebrates the work of a great Anglican social reformer

Why we must thin to win

Why we must thin to win

John Austen considers the nutrients necessary for spiritual growth

Getting to the bottom of a profound problem

Getting to the bottom of a profound problem

Down on the allotment, John Austen finds that weeds and sin are equally deep-rooted

Reconciling the eternal with the here and now

Reconciling the eternal with the here and now

Rather than struggling to understand the ascension, we should focus on the truth it contains, says David Bryant

Stabbing slugs and conscience

Stabbing slugs and conscience

John Austen sees the laws of cause and effect brought to life on his allotment 

Growth depends on more than good drainage

Growth depends on more than good drainage

John Austen  begins an occasional series looking at faith and spirituality from the perspective of an allotment-keeper

Tears: a mark of connectedness and healing

Tears: a mark of connectedness and healing

Sandra Saer reflects on their place in the Christian story, and their expression of precious sentiment

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Three more archdeaconries for the diocese of Liverpool

Three more archdeaconries for the diocese of Liverpool

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Headteacher

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ST MICHAEL'S CE HIGH SCHOOL, CHORLEY, LANCASHIRE 'Excellence within a Christian Context' Pending the retirement of our present highly successful Headteacher in December 2015, the governors are seek...  Read More

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Tales from the church bread line

Tales from the church bread line

Kieran Dodds photographed and listened to three foodbank users  Read More

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Are people in your church suffering from benefit sanctions?

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Faith and climate reach outwards

Religion and approaches to the earth are not just inner concerns, argues Andrew Davison  Read More

Wed 1 Jul 15 @ 17:08
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