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September 2017 Archives - Reform Magazine

The Constance Coltman century

25/08/2017 |

This year, as well as being a major anniversary for the Reformation, marks a century since the ordination of the first female minister in Britain. Kirsty Thorpe looks back in celebration

Constance Todd was ordained at a dark moment during … Read More

In the footsteps of Constance Coltman

25/08/2017 |

Wendy Williams was ordained exactly 43 years after Constance Coltman. Even then, becoming a minister was not easy for a woman

I have a special reason to celebrate the centenary of Constance Coltman’s ordination on 17 September: I was ordained … Read More

A good question: What does faith have to do with politics?

25/08/2017 |

One question, four answers


This is an extract from an article that was published in the September 2017 edition of  Reform

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Ninety-five more theses – Part two

25/08/2017 |

Our series marking the 500th anniversary of Luther’s 95 theses continues. Reform is publishing 95 new theses – one sentence each by opinion formers and opinion holders of today – on how the Church should change


Krish Kandiah, founder … Read More

A letter from… Cities of Sanctuary

25/08/2017 |

Yolisa Mlalandle reports from the UK’s Cities of Sanctuary

Coming to the UK from South Africa, for the Council for World Mission’s seven-week Face to Face programme, I felt a mixture of emotions. This year, the programme was themed ‘Freedom … Read More

The long way

25/08/2017 |

What makes a pilgrimage? Dixe Wills goes on an unusual one – to his sister’s house

It was a single sentence, spoken in a small and somewhat obscure pub in south Essex, that made me realise that this was going … Read More