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Reform Magazine | April 23, 2019

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Open all hours: Who are church buildings for?

22/02/2019 |

John Brown appeals for churches to open up

Who are church buildings for? I contend that church buildings are the most significant resource within the Church’s arsenal for mission, though few among the Churches appreciate this. Every individual who endeavours … Read More

A Good Question: What is Lent for?

22/02/2019 |

One question, four answers

These are extracts from an article that was published in the March 2019 edition of  Reform

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A challenge for Lent

22/02/2019 |

Christians are getting together to change their ways and make a noise this Lent. Hannah Brown invites us to join

I’ve got a confession to make: I’m a bit fed up of talking about the environment. For a while now, … Read More

The tribes of Brexit

22/02/2019 |

Jonathan Tame offers a biblical approach to Britain’s Brexit divisions

What is a Christian response to the bewildering pantomime we’re watching as MPs try to deal with Brexit? Is it possible to think biblically about all this in any constructive way?

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A feast of silence

25/01/2019 |

If you have been developing a beautiful church gardenand the practice of contemplative prayer, why not put them together? Alexa Barber reports

Two exciting recent developments at Zion United Reformed Church in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, came together in our first … Read More

Promise, plague and passion

25/01/2019 |

Next year, Oberammergau stages its 42nd passion play, keeping a 400-year-old promise to God

What started as a bargain with God has become a centuries-old village tradition that brings audiences of hundreds of thousands from across the world. In 1633, … Read More