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Top ten religious books

(Previous month’s position in brackets1 On Being Saved by Rod Garner (DLT, £14.99) (-)

2 Betjeman’s Best British Churches by Richard Surman (Collins, £35) (-)

3 Making Sense of God’s Love by Lorraine Cavanagh (SPCK, £7.99) (-)

4 Making Sense of the Bible by Helen-Ann Hartley (SPCK, £7.99) (-)

5 Being a Chaplain by Miranda Threlfall-Holmes and Mark ...

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Not only dancing in the aisles

Not only dancing in the aisles

From skateboarding to real ale, churches are being used to engage with their localities in ever more imaginative ways. Pat Ashworth reports  Subscribe to read more

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Should churchpeople resist the proposed liberalisation of Sunday trading laws?

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Listen to the Spirit - on the bus

A new initiative offers an appealing means of encouraging prayer, says Richard Chartres  Subscribe to read more

Sun 7 Feb 16 @ 16:17
Church buildings are engaging with their localities in ever more imaginative ways https://t.co/mOnS0Ukw4M https://t.co/I19XZpSCju

Sun 7 Feb 16 @ 14:32
Will this new push for full affirmation of LGBTI people in the C of E make a difference? https://t.co/vFJw3mGEco https://t.co/tMtkeTNzUX