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Reform Magazine | June 26, 2022

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February 2020

On the pilgrim way: ‘January blues have hit’

28/01/2020 |

The January blues hit me early this year – on New Year’s Eve. For the past 30, or even 40 years, we have brought in the new year at my husband’s brother’s home in Lincolnshire. Because the brothers had a … Read More

Art in focus: February 2020

27/01/2020 |

Die Taufe (The Baptism) Adi Holzer

The Austrian artist Adi Holzer is quoted as saying: ‘The artist has the task of making the invisible visible, to trace the secrets of existence.’ Here, he takes an unusual and uncompromising look at … Read More

A good question: What role should children play in church?

24/01/2020 |

One question, four answers

This is an extract from an article that was published in the February 2020 edition of Reform

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Moving on from the manse

24/01/2020 | 1

Anne Bedford looks at the issues facing ministers who retire after a career in the manse

Moving house can be fraught with delays, abortive offers and poor surveys. Even if all has gone smoothly, there comes the packing and clearing … Read More


24/01/2020 |

When commerce, culture, compassion and congregational life work together, they enrich a church’s mission. That, says Samuel Wells, is the combination behind the HeartEdge movement

In many ways, St Martin-in-the-Fields would like to be a ‘normal’ church, focused on congregational … Read More

Bring down the walls

24/01/2020 |

In 1957, the Evangelische Kirche der Pfalz (EKP), a German Church, and what is now the United Reformed Church came together in a covenant of fellowship. And more than 60 years later, on the 30th anniversary of the fall of … Read More