An anchor for the soul – Magazine Leader, September 2017

Many people find that this month spells change. Change is something that can be welcomed or is found to be unsettling. Whichever of these experiences it is, we need an anchor! After a time of flux in the housing market people move home and begin to settle. Others start new jobs after a summer break....

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Faith in our families – August 2017 Magazine Leader

Christian festivals and camps are popular for bringing people together with a common faith in Christ. It chimes with the Biblical practice of large gatherings at special times in the year to recall God’s goodness in the past and to celebrate. For many they seem like a foretaste of heaven where there will be thousands...

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A Monk’s Tale

Horrible Histories meets Monty Python in this hilarious new historical comedy from the award-winning co-writer of Miranda, Bluestone 42, Another Case of Milton Jones and Edinburgh Fringe 2013 hit The God Particle. A Monk’s Tale. A new play by James Cary. With original music and lyrics by James Sherwood. On Tour from the Edinburgh Fringe...

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Why doesn’t God intervene? July 2017 Magazine

The tragic fire in a block of flats in London has left us deeply shocked. The speed and scale of the fire’s progress astounded even the Fire Brigade. The devastation for families is immense. As I write just a couple of days after the disaster we’ve yet to discover the human loss, but waves of...

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Seasonal growth – June 2017 Magazine

What have the following got in common? Cardiff, Malvern, Chelsea, Chatsworth, Harlow Carr, Hampton Court, Tatton Park, Hyde Hall, Rosemoor, Wisley? This is not a shipping forecast, although it does sound a little like the radio broadcast, a quirky but much-loved national institution with its strangely comforting rhythm. Each of these is a venue for...

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