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Reform Magazine | July 13, 2024

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I am… still a congregationalist

03/10/2022 |

Margaret Morris explains not joining the URC

Greetings from members of the Congregational Federation to the members of the United Reformed Church on your 50th anniversary! This from a Congregationalist who has been a member of a church affiliated to … Read More

I am… a working class Christian

20/09/2022 |

Natalie Williams on the hurdles facing a working class Christian

I grew up in Hastings, which a national newspaper once called Hell-on-Sea. It’s a lovely seaside town, but it’s the 13th most deprived part of the country. I grew up … Read More

I am… a foster carer

24/06/2022 |

How fostering reflects God’s many-roomed house

I vividly remember the day I bumped into an old friend who was now a foster carer, who told me that just that morning she had received a call from her social worker. There … Read More

We are… humanitarian aid workers

28/05/2022 |

Robertson and Annette Marshall go trucking for Ukraine

The DriverVisiting Moldova has opened my eyes to poverty that hopefully we will never know. I first went with TEECH, a charity that takes aid to local communities. It also works in … Read More

I am… an irreligious Jew

27/04/2022 |

Rio Goldhammer considers his identity

This photo was taken at the soundcheck to my band 1919’s gig at the Dublin Castle in Camden. I became something of a rebel in my teenage years and was drawn to punk and metal, … Read More

We are… staying in Ukraine

28/03/2022 |

Messages from Timothy and Rhoda Sloan, Irish Christians who have led mission work in Lutsk, Ukraine, since 2002

22 FebruaryThis is quite possibly our last means of correspondence for some time. War is imminent and the consequences dreadful.

A state … Read More