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Reform Magazine | April 23, 2019

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When Jesus divided the Church

25/01/2019 |

Three hundred years ago this month, the English Presbyterian Church was split by the Salters’ Hall debates. Robert Pope explains their problem

At the heart of Christianity stands the figure of Jesus – not only what he said and did … Read More

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

Reform’s reverse Advent calendar

27/11/2018 |

‘Peace on earth and mercy mild.’ That’s Reform’s Christmas present list this year – rather shorter and more demanding than usual. But don’t worry, you don’t have to sort out either of them all on your own. There are a … Read More

Don’t walk, stay and talk: Divest or engage? Part two

27/11/2018 |

In the November issue of Reform, Operation Noah called for Churches to stop investing in fossil fuels. Here, the United Reformed Church’s investors respond

There is no arguing with the fact that global warming presents the human race with a … Read More

Around the fire

27/11/2018 |

The Christian youth camp Crossfire is 35 years old and still going strong, says Mark Steel

Crossfire is a Christian camp for young people aged 12 and upwards, created and run by the Group for Evangelism and Renewal (Gear) in … Read More