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Reform Magazine | November 30, 2021

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November 2020

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I made an accidental prophecy’

03/11/2020 |

Paul Kerensa makes an accidental prophecy

When the nights draw in, my diary normally gets busy. Colder months need a bit of cheer, so my comedian colleagues and I would brighten dark days via light entertainment. Oh and a raffle. … Read More

On the pilgrim way: ‘Aching in body, I was renewed in spirit’

03/11/2020 |

Sheila Maxey watches clouds gather

In last month’s column, I said that ‘provisional’ seems to be the word these days. Now, it looks like we have to expect six months more of this provisionality and uncertainty.

When friends ask me … Read More

Community stories: Marie Trubic

23/10/2020 |

In the first of a series hearing from Church-Related Community Workers, Marie Trubic tells the story of a community hall in Glasgow

The local MSP came to see our community hall at Priesthill United Reformed Church, Glasgow, and asked me: … Read More

Craft for the holidays

23/10/2020 |

Abi Nicol reports on a pop-up creative cafe project

This summer, six churches worked together to put on pop-up creative cafes to support their communities in Dursley and Cam, Gloucestershire, during the long summer holiday after months in lockdown. Tabernacle … Read More

Time to grow

23/10/2020 |

Stephen Tomkins explores an awardwinning community gardening project

Liz Styan had long had hopes for two plots of waste ground neighbouring her church, Zion United Reformed Church in Northallerton, North Yorkshire, especially as the church had qualified as an Eco … Read More

First flight

23/10/2020 |

How an RAF officer put the war behind him tocofound a charity

Perhaps you’ve sat through films such as Saving Private Ryan, The Longest Day or Band of Brothers, which tell stories of the D-Day landings of the Second World … Read More