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October 2021 Archives - Page 3 of 4 - Reform Magazine

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 paperwww.katecgreen.wordpress.com

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

Climate Sunday

24/09/2021 |

David Coleman reports from Glasgow Cathedral

Ecumenical occasions often work a bit too hard to please everyone. Or maybe they work too hard not to offend anyone.

There was no shortage of hard work, by a bewildering number of people, … Read More

Catherdral Protest

24/09/2021 |

Valerie King describes her arrest in St Paul’s Cathedral

I was one of 15 members of Christian Climate Action (CCA) who went up to the altar of St Paul’s Cathedral on 29 August, and one of the 13 to get … Read More

Up from the streets

24/09/2021 |

Claud Jackson talks to Stephen Tomkins about finding value in a world of drugs and guns

Claud Jackson was a young man of tremendous, but vulnerable, enthusiasms. Some come up in this interview. One that does not, but he mentions … Read More