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Your Church Times and the pandemic

01 May 2020

THE Church Times website continues to be the first place to go for up-to-date news and commentary on the coronavirus pandemic.

We continue to print as normal, but if your print copy of the paper is delayed in the post, your subscription gives you complete access to all the material online. And yet again, there are articles there that have not made it into print. This week: Mark Ireland on life post-exile: “Same old, same old won’t do”; another archdeacon, Dominic Ole Santedo from Kenya, on seven tasks for church leaders; and Benjamin Carter on the experience of tent worship.

Andrew Davison is our guest on “Lift Up Your Hearts” this week. As regular readers will know, an A4 version is available here for easy download, printing, and distribution to friends, neighbours, and fellow parishioners.

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