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Reform Magazine | March 3, 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

A good question: Is freedom of speech under threat

23/10/2020 |

One question, four answers


These are extracts from an article published in the November 2020 edition of Reform

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A different kind of minister

23/10/2020 |

For more than 30 years, the United Reformed Church has been training and deploying a different kind of minister, not quite like anything in other churches: Church-Related Community Workers. As Reform begins a series talking to them about their work, … 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