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Reform Magazine | September 28, 2020

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A good question: How divided is our society?

28/09/2020 |

One question, four answers


These are extracts from an article published in the October 2020 edition of Reform

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The charities crisis

28/09/2020 |

How the pandemic has affected the charity sector, by Stephen Tomkins

The coronavirus pandemic has been overwhelming for charities. Lockdown has devastated fundraising, whether through events, personal giving, shops and contracts. At the same time, many charities faced a sharp … Read More

The £1m Church

28/09/2020 |

How churches can change the world with their money – and not just what goes in the offering. By Rosie Venner

Let’s imagine your local congregation has £1m every year to tackle poverty and to build a fairer, more sustainable … Read More

New puritans needed

28/09/2020 |

Inspired by the Mayflower puritans, we must reform the Church of our own times, argues Stephen Thornton

On 7 February 2012, the United Reformed Church and the Church of England held a ‘service of reconciliation, healing of memories, and mutual … Read More

Six months in

28/09/2020 |

At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, Reform asked four ministers how churches were responding. After half a year in lockdown, and with restrictions easing for now, we return for an update Jenny Mills

I am back leading worship in … Read More

Coming together

28/09/2020 |

Stephen Tomkins explores an awardwinning social cafe project

Stocksbridge is a town built on steelmaking, ten miles north of the centre of Sheffield. In 2015, Sheffield Council decided the town should open a social cafe, as this had worked in … Read More