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Reform Magazine | January 16, 2022

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November 2021

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

Kelp is at hand

02/11/2021 |

Andy Atkins of A Rocha UK considers nature-based solutions for climate change

The UK government, which will host the critical UN climate negotiations in Glasgow this month, has chosen ‘nature-based solutions’ as one of its five priorities. This is significant. … Read More

It’s my funeral

02/11/2021 |

Or is it? Donald Norwood argues for mutual respect in the complexities of farewells

Is it only mine? ‘No man is an island,’ said John Donne, adding, ‘Every man’s death diminishes me’. Often it is only at a funeral that … Read More

Making retirement work well for you

02/11/2021 |

Plan well for retirement to get the most out of it, says retirement blogger Doug Hook

Handing over my computer, phone and ID badge before I walked out of the office on my last day was something I’ll never forget. … Read More

Blessed are the music makers

02/11/2021 |

In the hands of the Nine Beats Collective, music becomes a spiritual exploration, finds Laurence Wareing

There’s a surreal moment in our conversation when Nine Beats Collective founder Steve Bassett suddenly waxes lyrical about London’s late lamented Duck Tours.

Duck … Read More