The former Python and national treasure describes churches that
have meant the most to him
Simon Farmer, an army chaplain, recounts life
in a field hospital in Sierra Leone during the recent Ebola
'Sometimes, I don't quite know what to do with my feelings'
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Hilary, quite happy where she was, tried to divert George from
the job ads
You answers: Do Jews still await the coming of a
The Vicar of Little St Mary's, Cambridge shares his
Terence Handley MacMath makes a choose
fondue, grain de courgettes, and Marmalade tart
A study day on The Rime of the Ancient
Mariner taught Malcolm
Doney the link between poetry and theology
What changes are retreat houses noticing among visitors, and how
are they rising to the needs and challenges of the current
market? Rachel Giles reports
Sunday is National Children's Day. Nicholas
Orme looks at what they have been reading through the
Pat Ashworth talks to the owner of a
record-breaking Narnia embroidery
'Death is so much more medicalised. They used to have their hair
done and a glass of sherry'
A little help with the chairs - was it too much to ask?
A reader asks "When is it too late to be ordained?"
Political lament IT IS never too late to mend, we are told; and
now, when some of the Bishops appear to have concluded that their
advice was not universally heeded in the polling booths last week,
what better time to sit down in one's study with Ian Robinson's A
IN THE beginning was the Word; although, in IT-terms, that is
not entirely accurate
Just because the Turin Shroud is not genuine it shouldn't be
ignored, argues Charles Freeman
The Lusitania was sunk 100 years ago with
heavy loss of life. Andrew Doll recalls
one of its passengers
How Church Times correspondents witnessed the
events of VE Day in 1945
Christian radio was made legal some years ago now. There's
Premier, based in London, which is a little more speech-based; and
there are some smaller Christian stations around the country.
United Christian Broadcasters (UCB's) distinctive emphasis is on
music at national level. There...
A BIT of horseplay by the Bishop of Bolton, the Rt Revd Chris
Edmondson, furnished our readers with material for their captions
Small factions on the PCC held a great deal of power
A reader asks whether Jews still await a
The Revd Sister Rosemary CHN on life at the
Convent of the Holy Name in Derby
Simon Walsh cooks Roast-beef Yorkshires
and Gooseberry fool