Revd Jonathan Evens
Musings on Mystery
  • Learning from Jesus
    9 July 2017 @ 5:00 am
    A sermon preached at Holy Trinity, Exmouth. Sunday 9th July 2017. Readings: Matthew 11.16-19, 25-30; Romans 7.15-25. ‘…Take my yoke upon you, and learn from me…’. Learning is one of those human experiences which we all, without exception, share in. Each day, without consciously thinking about it, we are engaged in the task [Read More]

Malcolm Guite

    • Album Review: Fragile Hands
      13 November 2017 @ 10:20 am
      By the rivers of Babylon we sat and wept when we remembered Zion. There on the poplars we hung our harps, for there our... The post Album Review: Fragile Hands appeared first on Transpositions. [Read More]

    Commission for Mission
    • New member: Lucy Crabtree
      18 October 2017 @ 8:10 pm
      Our newest member, Lucy Crabtree, says of her work: “I work in both painting and sculpture and my work covers a range of religious subjects. My paintings are more of a narrative nature normally portraying the lives of saints in detail and my sculptural work focuses currently on biblical figures with a lot of drapery […] [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
    • 21st century diakonia: A bigger team for a greater mission
      13 November 2017 @ 8:30 am
      Tim Thorlby is CTC’s Development Director. He leads our work on missional enterprise and our primary research.  Here he blogs about two new reports being published by CTC – each encouraging the church to recognise, affirm and make more enterprising use of the skills and vocations of the lay people within it. This week we are publishing two reports: – 21st Century Stewards (written by Tim Thorlby), and – Carry Each Other’s Burdens (written by Laura Bagley) Both reports carry the same message to the Church – that we should recognise within our congregations the huge resour [Read More]

    Art and Sacred Places
    • The Political Samaritan | Connecting with Culture
      9 November 2017 @ 2:03 pm
      The way in which the man who opened fire on the Texas Baptist church shooter last week was hailed as a ‘Good Samaritan’ suggests that Jesus’ parable is used somewhat loosely nowadays. Stephen Willeford was undoubtedly a brave man but to compare him with the hero of Jesus’ famous story is to stretch credibility. It’s not an isolated reading. Towards the end of the mammoth Syria debate in 2015, Hilary Benn attempted to [Read More]

    London Inter Faith Centre
    London Boroughs Faiths Network
    • Inter Faith Week 2017
      13 November 2017 @ 12:32 am
      Inter Faith Week 2017 has started! Find all the events taking place in your borough on the Inter Faith Week website map. There are quizes, visits, discussions on hot topics, meals and gatherings across the capital all week, some hosted by borough councils. If you haven’t added your event to the IFW website, there’s still time. [Read More]

    Capital Mass
    Faiths Forum for London
    St Martin in the Fields

      Moot Community
      Thinking Anglicans
      • New Church of England Website
        15 November 2017 @ 5:38 pm
        The Church of England website at has been relaunched today with a new design and structure. Adrian Harris, Head of Digital Communications at Church House, Westminster, explains the rationale here [T]he old website received lots of traffic and interest,... [Read More]

      Christian Blog

      • 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
      • New Bishop of Ripon
        9 November 2017 @ 10:10 am
        It has been announced this morning by 10 Downing Street that the new suffragan [area) Bishop of Ripon in the Diocese of Leeds is the Rt Revd Dr Helen-Ann Hartley. Bishop Dr Hartley who is 44, is at present Bishop of Waikato in New Zealand, an office she has held since 2014. At the time she was the first woman priest ordained in the Church of England to become a bishop. She succeeds Bishop James Bell who retired earlier this year. [Read More]

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