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Revd Jonathan Evens
Musings on Mystery
  • God isn’t worth the effort
    12 October 2016 @ 7:39 am
    Training to be a priest is, it seems, quite an intense and consuming process. I expected this before I began, and I wasn’t wrong: there’s a new sense of responsibility, of seriousness. I’m meant to be someone who is in touch with God; someone who is living each day in relation to God. There’s less room for backsliding, for apathy, for distractions – ‘I don’t much feel like being holy today… shall I take a day off?’ So I’m putting in the effort. I’ve been given time, space and resources to seek God – so I’m trying hard to make it h [Read More]

Malcolm Guite
  • A Sonnet for Julian of Norwich
    7 May 2017 @ 8:28 pm
    The 8th of May is the feast day of Julian of Norwich, sometimes known as Mother Julian or Lady Julian. She was an English Mystic of the late fourteenth Century, living as an Anchoress in Norwich. Her Shewings, or Revelations of Divine Love, a series of mystical visions of and conversatio [Read More]

Greenbelt

    Transpositions
    • What’s Love Got To Do With It?
      10 May 2017 @ 7:00 am
      ‘We don’t become better people because we acquire new information. We become better because we acquire better loves,’ David Brooks suggests in The Road... [Read More]

    Commission for Mission
    • Members update: Christopher Clack & Jacqui Parkinson
      9 May 2017 @ 9:19 pm
      Christopher Clack is exhibiting in Antennae, the fifth annual open call for international submissions by post from Lubomirov / Angus-Hughes. This year the project in London and Athens will take place during a volatile and uncertain year for Europe. This London-based gallery will be returning to a city where their last project aimed at addressing […] [Read More]

    Sophia Hubs
    • Update: Sophia Hub Redbridge
      18 September 2016 @ 8:19 pm
      Here’s some news of events and support for you or for you to pass on…. This week: Tuesday – 3 hour start-your business workshop at Enterprise Desk on Tuesday 20th 1-4 [Read More]

    Theology Centre
    Art and Sacred Places
    LICC
    • Too late? | Connecting with Culture
      12 May 2017 @ 12:00 pm
      ‘If you’re listening… you’re too late’. That’s the tagline for the new hit Netflix show 13 Reasons Why. Recently renewed for a second season, the programme has provoked intense online discussion about its portrayal of suicide, sexual assault, and contemporary teenage life. It tells the story of 17-year-old Hannah Baker, who commits suicide. Her suicide ‘note’ is 13 cassette tapes telling the story of her life – an [Read More]

    London Inter Faith Centre
    London Boroughs Faiths Network
    Capital Mass
    Faiths Forum for London
    St Martin in the Fields
    Moot Community
    • Hellos and Goodbyes
      3 May 2017 @ 11:40 am
      We’ve recently had a number of changes to the team at Moot and thought we’d update you on who’s been coming and going. Firstly: with a heavy heart we said goodbye in April to our temporary Priest Andrew Norwood. Andrew joined us in September 2015 at the beginning of our interregnum and over t [Read More]

    Thinking Anglicans
    • Conservative evangelical plans for a rival structure
      10 May 2017 @ 3:30 pm
      Updated Thursday Harry Farley reports in Christian Today on a document, discussed at a recent conservative evangelical conference, that he describes as containing “extensive plans by conservative evangelicals to form a rival Anglican structure to the Church of England in... [Read More]

    Christian Blog

    Davesdistrictblog
    • urged to engage and compelled to welcome
      30 January 2017 @ 11:39 am
      As City of Culture 2017 Hull is proud of its cosmopolitan heritage.  In the first week of January this fact was celebrated for all the world to see in a stunning video display projected onto The Deep. Surnames from Sco [Read More]

    Nick Baines’s Blog
    • Election fever
      7 May 2017 @ 11:27 am
      Well, it’s probably pushing it a bit to describe the current same-old-same-old game as feverish. The bandying around of numbers remains as tedious and pointless as ever – as we learned from the EU Referendum last June, nothing promised will matter for one second past the result being announced. It is this sort of sense that sparked the Archbishops of Canterbury and York to publish a pastoral letter to the Church of England yesterday, rejecting both apathy and cynicism, and encouraging Christians in particular to be responsible citizens and vote. Many of us are experts at [Read More]

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