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- Birth of John the Baptist
Another new report has been released on church going in Britain. However the results might surprise you. The Church is growing. Rather than focusing on established congreg
- Turn on, Boot Up, Jack In
So said Timothy Leary re-working his LSD influenced “Turn on, tune in, drop out” for the 90’s onwards. When it comes to Bishop’s there are few as ‘Jacked In’ as Alan Wilso
- Common Prayer
In my current context we enjoy a range of worship styles, formal and informal, ancient and modern. The 28 Sunday services every month can be subdivided into contemporary w
- Six Shapes
A Personal Journey This article documents six experiences of church, six shapes of church, that were in some way emerging from their context. Some of the shapes have links
- Keys to the Kingdom
“Blessed are you, Simon son of Jonah! For flesh and blood has not revealed this to you, but my Father in heaven. And I tell you, you are Peter, and on this rock I will bui
- Innovation & Tradition
My recent posts on Fresh Expressions have been in part preparation for an upcoming conference. I have now heard that the Innovation and Tradition Conference at Westcott H
- The Voracious, Hungry, Greedy and Diverse Kingdom
" ‘Have you understood all this?’ They answered, ‘Yes.’ And he said to them, ‘Therefore every scribe who has been trained for the kingdom of heaven is like the master of a
- Liberals, Conservatives & Orthodoxy
Liberal is an interesting label that gets owned proudly by some and flung as an insult by others. It is also used as a modifier on other positions, liberal catholic or lib
- I am not a Bishop
The Metal Vicar suspects she will never be a Bishop. Personally I could never accept someone of her position as a Bishop. My radical commitment to Art-Punk means that I ha
- Missional, Rural, Sacramental
Yesterday I responded to Lay Anglicana’s thoughts about rural ministry leaving more open questions. Today I hope to explore some answers. Firstly we are faced with the c
- Decently and in Order
In a great piece Lay Anglicana is exploring how best to avoid Clericalism and Laicism . I must admit I was nervous when I clicked the link. Different groups within the Chu
- Anxiously Sacramental
The Vernacular Curate is suffering from Ecclesial Anxietie s for being a collar wearing Anglo-Catholic of sorts. I don’t blame him - I feel it too from the my buckle shoes
- 5 minute Review: Mosaic NLT Study Bible
I have rather a lot of Bibles. Mostly digital, either on OliveTree or on my Kindle. However there is something great about the physical heft of a paper bible and the Mosa
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