Revd Jonathan Evens
  • One shall tell another
    5 January 2017 @ 10:29 pm
    Here is my homily from yesterday's lunchtime Eucharist at St Martin-in-the-Fields:‘One shall tell anotherAnd he shall tell his friendHusbands, wives and children Shall come following onFrom house to house in families Shall more be gathered inAnd lights will shine in every streetSo warm and welcomingCome on in and taste the new wineThe wine of the kingdomThe wine of the kingdom of God’ [Read More]

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
  • 2016 : Things happened.
    13 December 2016 @ 9:10 am
    A guest blog from our Christian media partner, Church Times. 2016. Things happened. As ever, the Church Times focus has been on professional, independent journalism, exploring Christian perspectives on the big national and international stories. Like others, we tried to make sense of the regime change here and in the US. But there was much more. Over the course of the year our reporters have visited refugee camps in Jo [Read More]

Commission for Mission
  • New member: Monica Thornton
    2 January 2017 @ 10:28 pm
    As a research graduate in theology and a practising calligrapher, Monica Thornton was drawn to iconography as a vehicle of the incarnation and as a link between the seen and unseen worlds. Iconography is visual theology and is an effective mission aid and influence, drawing the viewer into a living relationship with Christ. She has […] [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
  • Community organising, chaplaincy and schools
    5 January 2017 @ 5:58 pm
    Shermara Fletcher – one of the Christians on this year’s Buxton Leadership Programme – is part of a pioneering chaplaincy team at the new London Design and Engineering University Technical College. The College is a secondary school next door to the University of East London in Beckton, and has a particular focus on technical and scientific subjects. The Diocese of Chelmsford is a founding partner in the College, and has entered into partnership with the Centre for Theology and Community to develop a new form of chaplaincy, using the practices of community organising. At the [Read More]

Art and Sacred Places
  • Of Astrologers, Magicians, and Bungling Sorcerers
    1 January 2017 @ 11:55 pm
      After Jesus was born in Bethlehem in Judea, during the time of King Herod, Magi from the east came to Jerusalem and asked, ‘Where is the one who has been born king of the Jews? We saw his star when it rose and have come to worship him.’ Matthew 2:1-2 The 12th day of […] [Read More]

London Inter Faith Centre
London Boroughs Faiths Network
  • #LondonIsOpen film for Inter Faith Week
    10 November 2016 @ 7:31 pm
    London’s faith communities are open and welcoming! In step with the Mayor’s #LondonIsOpen message, a short film has been shot on location across the capital and includes Sikh, Quaker, Jewish, Islamic, Hindu, Christian, Buddhist & Baha’i places opening their doors. Against a backdrop of international tensions and increased hate crime, London’s faith groups, from humble to grand, are not closed and fearful – we remain open and welcoming! Inter Faith Week events across London are screening the new film as part of their activities – [Read More]

Capital Mass
Faiths Forum for London
St Martin in the Fields
Moot Community
  • Merry Christmas! (and opening times)
    25 December 2016 @ 12:16 pm
    Merry Christmas from all of us at Moot! We hope you enjoy peace and rest over the Christmas season, and look forward to seeing you in 2017. The church (and related activities) will pause until the new year, when meditation group will resume, along with Serum, on the 4th January. Our first Sunday evening service back will be on the 8th January. [Read More]

Thinking Anglicans

Christian Blog

  • transfiguration: empowered by the big picture
    4 February 2016 @ 10:14 am
    The small inner-city mission church where this artwork was created is a sanctuary for those life leaves behind, forgets, mistreats, abuses and neglects. It doesn’t resemble traditional church. Here chaotic lives meet the presence of God and the messiness and loveliness of the Kingdom is authentically pr [Read More]

Nick Baines’s Blog
  • For or against in 2017?
    1 January 2017 @ 8:59 am
    So, the new year has begun. In with a bang, or with a whimper of fear and hesitation? I was reminded this morning (while preparing for a radio interview) of the entry for New Year’s Day 1917 in the diary of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia: “The year 1916 was cursed; 1917 will surely be better!” Well, the Somme might have been appalling, but the Russian Revolution was to take the lives of Nicholas and his family (and, consequently and ultimately, millions of others) less than a year after writing his diary. Wishful thinking is not the same as hope. Hope – whi [Read More]

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