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Reform Magazine | June 13, 2024

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June 2022 Archives - Page 2 of 3 - Reform Magazine

Selling justice

28/05/2022 |

Rachel, a supporter of Palestinian traders, tells her story to Pat Pile

Buying food such as olive oil and other goods produced by Palestinian people is an effective way we can all support local Palestinian communities in Israel-Palestine, particularly in … Read More

The churches that make us: The Church at Carrs Lane

28/05/2022 |

A series covering the breadth of church life in the United Reformed Church. This month, Reform visits Birmingham

In many ways, The Church at Carrs Lane embodies the 50-year story of the URC, evolving from its 18th-century beginnings as an … Read More

We are… humanitarian aid workers

28/05/2022 |

Robertson and Annette Marshall go trucking for Ukraine

The DriverVisiting Moldova has opened my eyes to poverty that hopefully we will never know. I first went with TEECH, a charity that takes aid to local communities. It also works in … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘Sometimes my cry is “How long, O Lord?”’

28/05/2022 |

Sheila Maxey faces desperate times and strange blessings

As I wait for Kees to die I am haunted by the Taizé chant ‘Wait for the Lord whose day is near: wait for the Lord, keep watch, take heart.’ Mostly it … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘Will this summer see the much fêted return of the fête?’

28/05/2022 |

Paul Kerensa enjoys the return of the village fête

I wonder if your neck of the woods will be returning to outdoor gatherings of old this summer? No, not that old. Not druids at henges or ye ancient maypole.

I … Read More

Art in Focus – June 2022

28/05/2022 |

Picking OlivesSliman Mansouroil on canvas, 1988

I was balancing in an olive tree, wielding a stick, beating the branches to bring the olives bouncing down onto a large ground sheet. At lunchtime I sat with the Palestinian family round a … Read More