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Reform Magazine | January 16, 2022

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November 2021

Sitting in the road to disaster

02/11/2021 |

Ruth Jarman, environmental activist, talks to Stephen Tomkins

A founding member of Christian Climate Action, Ruth Jarman has been arrested repeatedly in an attempt to get Britain to tackle the climate crisis. At the time of our interview, she was … Read More

A good question: Local or global: Where should our priorities be?

02/11/2021 |

One question, four answers

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This is an extract from an article published in the November 2021 edition of Reform

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Do you want to be an influencer?

02/11/2021 |

What can Christians bring to the world of politics? Andy Flannagan introduces the Influence Course

Christians know how to make noise. It’s in our DNA. Whether it’s trumpets at Jericho, cymbals in the Psalms, or worship bands with huge PAs. … Read More

Eco Church Gold

02/11/2021 |

Tamsin Morris reports on the first two United Reformed churches to win the highest award for care for creation

United Reformed churches have been achieving gold in the Eco Church award scheme run by A Rocha UK. St John’s Marsh … Read More

What becomes of the broken-parted

02/11/2021 |

An award-winning church in Lancashire is helping people mend not just their ways but their things. Laurence Wareing reports

Andy Littlejohns is staring at the Japanese geisha in front of him. She’s in more pieces than she should be, he … Read More

Let there be Church

02/11/2021 |

The challenges and triumphs of starting a new church, by Sally and Andrew Willett

In 2016, the pair of us were called to plant a United Reformed, Anglican and Methodist church in West Thamesmead, southeast London. It soon became clear … Read More