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October 2021 Archives - Reform Magazine

Churches and COP26

05/10/2021 |

With less than a month until COP26, what can churches best do to address the climate crisis? Asks Andy Atkins of A Rocha UK

In less than one month’s time, the UK plays host and chair to one of the … Read More

My childhood as an alien

24/09/2021 |

Alex Clare-Young’s childhood in a body that felt like an enemy

‘Here comes the minister’s daughter’ to the tune of ‘Here comes the bride’ greeted me every morning for years as I tentatively entered my primary school classroom, dreading the … Read More

Editorial: The voice of disruption

24/09/2021 |

I ended last month’s editorial on the climate crisis with the conclusion that ‘I need to put my history books to one side and take to the streets’.

Saying I’ll do something doesn’t always make it happen, but this time … Read More

On the pilgrim way ‘I worry about crossing my bridges too soon’

24/09/2021 | 1

Sheila Maxey on the challenge of living in the present

I am in a bit of a turmoil, trying to live fully in the present and at the same time worrying that I should be looking to the future.

When … Read More

Art in Focus – October 2021

24/09/2021 |

RefugeeKate Green, charcoal on

She stands quietly, her gaze slightly to one side. Behind her a stormy sky, a smudgy moon and light in the distance, which could be a happier time but could equally be the livid light … Read More

Reviews – October 2021

24/09/2021 |

State-sanctioned killing

Getting Away With Murder(s)Directed by David Nicholas WilkinsonCertificate 15, 175 minutesReleased 1 October

The industrial extermination of the Holocaust included most infamously some six million Jews but also smaller numbers of other groups including Poles, gay men, the … Read More