Community, faith, and action Reflections from the National Justice and Peace Conference Written by Anna Barrett Back in July, we had the pleasure of meeting Anna Barrett at the National Justice and Peace Conference held in Derby. We invited her to share her story and experience of the event. As someone raised a Catholic, I […]
The Eucharist – COVID and Creation? Living out the liturgy through the mystery of the incarnation Written by Fr David Jarmy Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email We all know the story of the Feeding of the 5,000 – where Jesus multiplies 5 loaves and 2 […]
A Lasting Legacy How a renovation project in Yorkshire led to unexpected joys Written by Paul Crossley and Paul Kelly Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email A drafty old church hall in dire need of some care served as a perfect opportunity for the parish of […]
Changing our Church Spaces for Good – how a humble allotment in Leeds is serving the local community
changing our church spaces for good How a humble allotment in leeds is serving the local community Written by Trish Sandbach Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email Looking at the photographs of a neat productive, green, fecund allotment it is hard to imagine the same space […]
Our community garden is more than a vegetable patch, it is our teacher, it is becoming the ground of our encounter with the life-giving Spirit of Holiness. It is a place of work, nurture, encountered community and generosity. You can take home the produce that the ground gives to us.
My Sphere of Influence – In the face of crisis, where do I begin? recognising our unique opportunities to take action Written by Dr Emma Gardner Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pocket Share on email We only have to switch on the news to see a snapshot of the […]
Travel during my three-year stint high in the Andes (2005-2008) was a very slow business. Sometimes riding a mule but more often just slowly walking through the mountains, sometimes for days at a stretch, because there were hardly any (mud) roads. Everything gently passing us by, animals, trees, villages and people. Time to talk as we walked (walk as we talked) and listen to everything around us. The great gift, so often eluding us in our modern high velocity living, being simple appreciation.