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Reform Magazine | September 19, 2021

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Let’s send hope

28/05/2021 |

Myung Jin explains how young people in Bexhill came up with an idea to send hope and encouragement in hard times – by post

Christina was reflecting on how we can love our neighbours even during these difficult, socially-distanced circumstances. … Read More

Community stories: Simon Loveitt

28/05/2021 |

Continuing a series hearing from Church-Related Community Workers, Simon Loveitt tells the story of food justice and financial inclusion in Sheffield

When I left school, I knew I wanted to work with people, so I trained as a chef and … Read More

A good question: Protest: How far would you go?

23/04/2021 |

One question, four answers

These are extracts from an article published in the May 2021 edition of Reform

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Exile and return: Covid style

23/04/2021 |

Meg Warner on the Israelites’ return from exile, and ours

Yesterday, for my daily hour of exercise, I walked around a nearby park. I have done this so many times in recent months that I didn’t expect to see anything … Read More

Zero ambition

23/04/2021 |

What would it take for the United Reformed Church to reach net-zero emissions by 2030? asks Simeon Mitchell

Emergencies demand attention – and then action. Last year, the United Reformed Church’s Mission Council recognised the climate emergency, and called for … Read More

Flying vaccines

23/04/2021 |

The Christian pilot getting Covid-19 vaccines to the remotest parts of Lesotho

On 23 March, Grant Strugnell delivered the first doses of Oxford/AstraZeneca vaccine to a mountainside clinic near Kuebunyane, the most remote airstrip in Lesotho. Kuebunyane comprises several remote … Read More