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Reform Magazine | November 21, 2017

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July/August 2016

God’s work

06/07/2016 |

Stan Hazell visits an award-winning community initiative focussed on jobseekers

The sale of some church land to Tesco left members of Glenorchy United Reformed Church in Exmouth wondering what they should do with the proceeds. The result is its work … Read More

Jumble sales of the apocalypse: Could an android be baptised, or ordained?

06/07/2016 |

When robots come to church

One of the great theological questions I never got answered when I was in Sunday school was: “How does Jesus get my collection money?” The question arose whenever I put a couple of warm pennies … Read More

A letter from… Idomeni, Greece

06/07/2016 |

Dimitris Boukis reports on how Greek Christians are welcoming refugees

The Evangelical Church of Greece has been involved with refugees since February 2015. We’ve had a guest house and soup kitchen for immigrants since 1994. Two days a week we … Read More

Chapter & Verse: Luke 7:34

06/07/2016 |

Jack Dyce enjoys table fellowship

The 1987 film Babette’s Feast, based on a short novel by Karen Blixen, is a visual delight. Babette, a former chef at the renowned Café Anglais in Paris, having taken refuge with two sisters in … Read More

Getting Away

06/07/2016 |

Summer is a time to get away for a week or two, thankfully. This summer, let your packing and travelling remind you of the people who are forced to leave their homes because of violence, and who don’t know if … Read More

On the pilgrim way: Listening to difference

06/07/2016 |

Sheila Maxey faces the challenge of listening to difference

I have long been impressed by Jean Vanier and the L’Arche communities he founded, where people with learning disabilities live with those who society considers normal. I planned to spend my … Read More