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Reform Magazine | January 16, 2022

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June 2018

Farewell to Nancy

29/05/2018 |

The UK’s hostile immigration policies aren’t only affecting the Windrush generation. Justin Brierley tells the story of a young couple’s tragic battle with an unjust and broken system

Visiting Yarl’s Wood immigration removal centre is a lot like visiting a … Read More

Where there’s God’s will, there’s a way

29/05/2018 |

Ann-Marie Abbasah reports from an inspirational church-led charity in Hythe, Hampshire

Julia Cross prayed for direction when she and her husband moved to Southampton, to be closer to their daughter and grandchildren. A committed Christian and former teacher, Julia had … Read More

A chat with Rowan Williams

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The former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, addressed the United Reformed Church Ministers’ Gathering in May. Afterwards, he spoke to Reform

For Christians who want to start deepening their faith, it helps to try to create a regular discipline, a … Read More

A letter from… Singapore

29/05/2018 |

Peter Cruchley writes to ‘Auntie May’ from Singapore

Chinese media outlets nicknamed Theresa May, the UK Prime Minister, ‘Auntie May’, after her three-day visit to Beijing early this year. The term ‘auntie’ is used for key allies of Beijing

 

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Commitment-Phobe: Trial by fire

29/05/2018 |

A worship leading trial by fire

I survived my trial by fire as a worship leader. When I realised that there was no one to play instruments, I thought I was going to have to lead a whole service a … Read More

Chapter & verse: Acts 2:42 

29/05/2018 |

Susan Durber asks: what is an apostolic church?

I keep coming across that verse from Acts 2, and the passage that follows, about the early Church. My own congregation, with our local Methodist church, has been reading Holy Habits by … Read More