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Reform Magazine | July 15, 2024

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Posts ByReform, Author at Reform Magazine

The music of grace

03/07/2024 |

Tim Meadows has travelled a long way, from fundamentalism in the mountains of Virginia to leading a pioneering, inclusive spiritual community in Liverpool. This year he becomes the Moderator of the General Assembly for the United Reformed Church. He talked … Read More

Songs of faith: Isaac Watts

03/07/2024 |

In a new column on hymn writers, Ana Gobledale reveals Isaac Watts’ inspiration

When young Isaac Watts was scolded for speaking in rhyme, he smartly replied,‘Oh, Father, do some pity take,and I will no more verses make.’

Watts was a … Read More

Here & now: Zeerak Shahbaz

03/07/2024 |

My call was nurtured in the URC, says Zeerak Shahbaz

Moving to England from Pakistan in 2006, at the age of three, I continued my faith journey in a United Reformed Church in east London. I recall attending events with … Read More

Chapter & verse: Mark 6:39

03/07/2024 |

Lance Stone walks in green pastures

It is a notable feature of the story of the feeding of the 5,000 that, apart from the resurrection, it is the only miracle that features in all four Gospels. As is usual in … Read More

Art in focus: July/August 2024

03/07/2024 |

El AnantsuiThe Restless Earth, 2017Fabric and mixed media

This massive ‘cloth’ or hanging – or sculpture – is the work of Ghanaian artist El Anantsui. It is made from hundreds of flattened bottle tops, aluminium tins and other found objects, … Read More

Running on faith

03/07/2024 |

Famous in the 1920s, and again in the 1980s, Eric Liddell is slipping from public consciousness. Laurence Wareing reports on a campaign to reclaim his memory

As CEO of the Eric Liddell Community in Edinburgh, John MacMillan was tasked with … Read More