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Reform Magazine | October 16, 2021

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Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘Hurdles are there to be leapt’

24/09/2021 |

Paul Kerensa gets a surprising new job

I’ve just got a new job. It doesn’t mean I’m getting rid of my old job, but that’s the nature of being a self-employed chancer or, as they say nowadays, having a ‘portfolio … Read More

Trial and error

31/08/2021 |

Quaker activist and co-founder of Extinction Rebellion, Ian Bray, talks to Stephen Tomkins

Ian Bray, one of the creators of the Extinction Rebellion campaign for action on climate catastrophe, is a Quaker and a member of Christian Climate Action. In … Read More

Do stay for tea and coffee: ‘I’ve grown used to my own space’

31/08/2021 |

Don’t stand so close to me, says Paul Kerensa

Forget January… September is new New Year.

It’s back to school – and with echoes of home school not yet faded, oh my, will it be back! Could this be the … Read More

On the pilgrim way ‘We were literally outside our comfort zone’

31/08/2021 |

Sheila Maxey stretches her comfort zone

In June we spent two glorious weeks in a self-catering cottage in Mallaig – boat trips to islands, amazing views of mountains. There were no easy chairs and the two sofas were uncomfortable. We … Read More

Here and now: Reuben Watt

31/08/2021 |

Are we making church-friendly children, or child-friendly church? asks Reuben Watt

If you attend a United Reformed Church, you may be lucky enough to go to one that has been awarded a Child-Friendly Church Award. This award is given to … Read More

I am… a long Covid survivor

31/08/2021 |

Rebecca Yorke on suffering with long Covid

I give a long slow exhale – well, as long as I can manage. After three attempts at explaining, I give up, as my colleague is resolute she’d be OK with three days … Read More