Friday 17 September 2021
What are the lessons of the pandemic? Philip North, Sharon Prentis, Eve Poole, Ann Morisy, John Inge, Bex Lewis, Hugh Williamson, Kate Wharton, Ann Pettifor, and Harry Baker write for this Church Times special issue.
AN EXPERT panel took part in a live Church Times webinar early in July to consider aspects of life that could or should be better in the post-pandemic world
13 Jul 2020
Ministry: The crisis is showing patterns that can enable the Church to recapture imaginations with the gospel, says Philip North
26 Jun 2020
Inequality: The Church must grapple with pre-existing social, economic, and racial disparities exposed by the pandemic, says Sharon Prentis
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