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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
  • John Keble and The Christian Year
    14 July 2017 @ 7:00 am
    On the 14th of July the Church of England remembers with thanksgiving the life and work of the priest-poet John Keble. Keble who was part of the Oxford Movement, a  revival of depth and sanctity in the church’s rit [Read More]

Greenbelt

    Transpositions
    Commission for Mission
    • Members update: Jonathan Evens & Tim Harrold
      22 June 2017 @ 9:36 pm
      St Peter’s Chapel, Bradwell-on-Sea, is a uniquely spiritual place that is the focus for people all over the world. During July and August, the evening services at Bradwell-on-Sea are held in St Peter’s Chapel, at the place where the land meets the sea and the sky comes close. A place where the distance between heaven […] [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
    • Seeing, Listening, Belonging
      14 July 2017 @ 2:24 pm
      In the first of a series of blogs by summer interns on our Urban Leadership School, Florence Gildea reflects on her experience of community organising at St George-in-the-East. Since beginning the internship, I have been reflecting on what it means to see, and to be seen, to listen, and feel listened to, and to belong, in public life. Those are often experiences associated with the private sphere, but I cannot help but wonder if political disengagement and populism would be roads less travelled if people felt their voices were respected by politicians and that their stories carried the seeds [Read More]

    Art and Sacred Places
    LICC
    • No Place like Home? | Connecting with Culture
      14 July 2017 @ 9:32 am
      The morning the result of the Brexit referendum was announced, emotions were running high at my daughters’ school gates. The Polish mother of Daughter Two’s best friend wept as she told a group of us how her son, age 6, had asked at breakfast whether England would change its mind if he said sorry. A little over a year later, the fate of our European residents remains unsure. Theresa May’s latest proposals were described by the European Parliament’s chief negotiator as a ‘damp squib,’ creating new red tape and ongoing uncertainty for millions. What we can be certain [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
    • Opinion - 15 July 2017
      15 July 2017 @ 10:00 am
      David Walker ViaMedia.News Speak Clearly After the Tone… Colin Coward Unadulterated Love Radical Christian inclusion and transformation Church Times Leader Comment No magic wand Andrew Lightbown Theore0 Speaking of culture, speaking of tradition Jamie McLoughlin Liverpool Echo OPINION: The Bishop... [Read More]

    Christian Blog
    • My Image, My Mercy, My Love
      16 July 2017 @ 7:55 am
      7/17/06 From YahuShua HaMashiach, He Who Is Called Jesus The Christ, Our Lord and Savior - The Word of The Lord Spoken to Timothy, For Timothy, and For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear Thus says The Lord to His servant: Though you transgress, I forgive; though you disobey, I remain faithful. When you stumble I shall catch you, and when you fall I shall lift you up. And though I humble you, you shall surely be exalted. Therefore ears open, My son, for I know your heart. Within y [Read More]

    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
    • Digging for Rubies
      13 July 2017 @ 8:28 am
      This is the script of this morning’s Pause for Thought on BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans Show: I came across a great line the other day. A hundred years ago GK Chesterton wrote: “Poets have been mysteriously silent on the subject of cheese.” And can you blame them, we ask? Well, I actually have no idea if any of the greats ever expressed themselves on the matter of dairy products; but, I do know that nothing is out of bounds when it comes to words teasing the imagination and sending the mind off in directions it didn’t know were there. As I once said [Read More]

    The Christian Post

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