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May 2022 Archives - Reform Magazine

A good question: How do we make peace?

27/04/2022 |

One question, four answers

John Cooper‘Peace is a team effort’

As I write, the conflict in Ukraine continues. Images flash up day after day of bombs and hurt and pain. Individuals share painful stories of loss and death. It feels … Read More

Chapter & verse: Acts 11:1-18

27/04/2022 |

John Campbell on breaking out of the box

This book is called ‘The Acts of the Apostles’, but it soon becomes clear when reading it that the apostles only act when driven, cajoled, shaken and stirred by the Spirit. Justo … Read More

Here & now: Sophie Dorling

27/04/2022 |

Sophie Dorling says goodbye to her old church

Dear Wimborne URC,Thank you for your many years of service, it has been an absolute pleasure.Your four walls have seen a lot over the years: christenings, blessings, weddings and funerals, not to … Read More

Editorial: There’s something about Mary

27/04/2022 |

The month of May is particularly associated with Mary the mother of Jesus in Catholicism. Not that there are too many months that aren’t associated with Mary in Catholicism.

The first of January is the solemnity of Mary, marking the … Read More

The churches that make us: Yourchurch

27/04/2022 |

A series on the breadth of church life in the URC. This month, Lawrence Heath-Moore introduces a congregation that exists only online

Yourchurch is a congregation that lives and meets online, with weekly services on Sunday at 6.30pm. It is … Read More

I am… an irreligious Jew

27/04/2022 |

Rio Goldhammer considers his identity

This photo was taken at the soundcheck to my band 1919’s gig at the Dublin Castle in Camden. I became something of a rebel in my teenage years and was drawn to punk and metal, … Read More