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Reform Magazine | July 13, 2024

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December 2023/January 2024 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

Reform’s Christmas Charity Guide

12/12/2023 |

As Noddy Holder put it so well in Slade’s 1973 hit ‘Merry Xmas Everybody’: ‘It’s Christmas!’ Fairy lights and mince pies, carols and baubles, jingle and ding dong. Yum! But why be content with merely celebrating and getting stuff, when … Read More

Green and Gold

12/12/2023 |

How Clitheroe URC won the highest award for care of creation

This year, Clitheroe United Reformed Church became the fourth church in the URC and the 35th in all England and Wales to win the Eco Church Gold Award.

Its … Read More

Living in a world of war

12/12/2023 |

If individuals can’t solve the conflicts of a violent world, what can we do? asks Graham Handscomb

How can we deal with war? I don’t mean as a society, or as the international community, but as individuals. And I’m not … Read More

Partners across the ocean

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The first missionaries to Madagascar in 1818 were from Wales. A group visiting from Wales this year found that relationships between these countries still matter

In July, a group of 11 people from churches around Wales made a two-week visit … Read More

Chapter and Verse: Luke 1:5-38

12/12/2023 |

Joshua Norris surveys different responses to Christ’s birth

When I read Luke’s account of the Christmas story, I find myself fascinated by the assortment of reactions to God’s activity in those days. The angel Gabriel first appears to Zechariah who … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘All this clearing out raises questions: What I am getting ready for?’

12/12/2023 |

Sheila Maxey finds pleasure and pain in remembering

‘For everything there is a season – a time to keep and a time to throw away.’ (Ecclesiastes 3:6)

I have just been to Germany again to visit my ailing 88-year-old cousin, … Read More