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Reform Magazine | May 19, 2019

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May 2019

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘God is woven through each creative story’

29/04/2019 |

Paul Kerensa on how to write stories

I’ve been running a sitcom-writing workshop for the BBC Writers Room, an initiative to find tomorrow’s scribes. After a fierce whittling process, 20 finalists enjoy a year of development and guest speakers. I … Read More

Editorial: In defence of blasphemy

29/04/2019 |

A date unlikely ever to become part of the Church calendar – on 7 November 1979 Monty Python’s Life of Brian was released. It is now back in cinemas to celebrate its 40th anniversary.

It is a marker of … Read More

Reviews – May 2019

29/04/2019 |

Soul music

Amazing GraceDirected by Alan Elliot and Sydney PollackCertificate PG, 87 minutesReleased 10 May

January 1972. The soul singer Aretha Franklin, an artist at her creative peak, decides to record an album of gospel music in the New Temple … Read More

Interview: Safe home

29/04/2019 |

The domestic abuse specialist Natalie Collins talks to Stephen Tomkins

Natalie Collins has survived domestic abuse to become an educator and campaigner. She works to help individuals, organisations and society in general to understand domestic abusers and domestic abuse, to … Read More

A Good Question: What can we learn from Brexit?

29/04/2019 |

One question, four answers

These are extracts from an article that was published in the May 2019 edition of Reform

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Safe churches

29/04/2019 |

How can churches become safer for children and vulnerable adults? Ioannis Athanasiou, Safeguarding Adviser for the United Reformed Church, shares his tips

Safeguarding is a growing issue for Christian churches and all faith communities. As disciples of Christ, we journey … Read More