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Reform Magazine | July 13, 2024

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The kindness of strangers

28/02/2024 |

Colin Thompson tells the remarkable story of a Jewish girl saved from Czechoslovakia in 1939

My mother, Hertha, celebrated her 100th birthday on 17 July last year. The story of how she came to be in this country at all … Read More

Jesus and… his biographers

28/02/2024 |

Susan Durber on what we learn from four different lives of Jesus

At the heart of Christian faith is the compelling story of Jesus of Nazareth. Christianity is not abstract, but begins with the story of a person….

Susan Durber … Read More

Talking to a generation

28/02/2024 |

Samantha Sheehan looks at how churches can engage with 18-25-year-olds

It’s the ultimate question for the Church: how do we engage with 18-25-year-olds?..

Samantha Sheehan is a special-category minister exploring how congregations can engage with 18-25-year-olds. She is available to … Read More

New beginnings for URC Youth

28/02/2024 |

There’s no sitting still for URC Youth, as reports from January’s Youth Assembly make clear

Things are changing for URC Youth Assembly. A new Moderator, Heather Moore…

Laurence Wareing is Content Editor for Reform


This is an … Read More

Jesus and… Young people

29/01/2024 |

Sam Richards explores what we have to learn from Jesus about young people

The Gospels have very few mentions of young people. Because ‘youth’ was not yet invented as a social category. Because adolescence was seen as a normal part … Read More

COP28: The end of the Fossil Fuels Era?

29/01/2024 |

The COP28 summit on global warming reached what has been called a historic agreement. Does it signal the end of fossil fuels or is it just more empty rhetoric? asks Hannah Eves

After a tense final two days, on the … Read More