Tuesday 19 January 2021
The arts, faith, and justice festival, Greenbelt, takes place over the August bank holiday weekend. Church Times has covered Greenbelt since its beginnings in 1974.
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IN NORMAL times, there would have been a launch, a première, and “a bit of a splash” for the screening of five short films commissioned by the Progressive Christianity Network (PCN) and intended as a resource for discussing some of the big issues of life and faith
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THE organisers of the Greenbelt Festival have said that they were “bowled over” by the level of interest in this year’s online festival
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THE arts, faith, and justice festival, Greenbelt, will not take place this year, the latest in a range of events to be called off because of the coronavirus pandemic
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