Sunday 14 August 2022
“Speaking truth to power”: Sulak Sivaraksa, a Buddhist activist and intellectual, is the 2011 winner of the Niwano Peace Prize. He will receive 20 million yen (£156,000)
09 Mar 2011
10 Mar 2011
We are a large and vibrant Church of England parish in North London (electoral roll 436) embracing formal and informal patterns of worship with the Eucharist at its heart.
In glorious open country in the heart of England, the Culworth Benefice embraces three villages and one hamlet with a population of around 1600. The parishes work well together and support each other. South Northamptonshire is one of England’s little known treasures and is markedly rural, with ancient villages in addition to market towns. The villages are warm and hospitable places. People view the Rector and the Church as essential parts of the fabric of life.
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6-7 September 2022Preaching as Pilgrimage conferenceFrom the College of Preachers.
8 September 2022Church Times Cricket Cup: North v. SouthJoin us to watch the match at the Walker Cricket Ground, in Southgate, north London.
26 September 2022What am I living for? GodSam Wells and Lucy Winkett begin the St Martin-in-the-Fields autumn lecture series in partnership with Church Times.
Francis Martin encounters a clash between aesthetics and function in a south-east London church
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