As part of my attempt to put together a resource that catalogues showing all things emergent in the North of England, I have created a new page on the changing worship site. Click on the tab at the top to see what is there. More importantly, let me know what is going on so that
Now I tend to steer clear of the nonsensical and rather trivial debate between creationists and evolutionsists. However, it is a long time since something had such a high profile as Ben Stein’s Expelled. I first heard about the tactics employed to obtain sound bites a few weeks ago. There is an interesting article at about
This is possibly the most disturbing news I have seen in a long time. Unfortunatly it does have a direct implication for the Emerging Church. As we engage with culture within the context of church it creates in groups and out groups. Is this always a good thing in a society that can react with such
I just had a Father Ted moment. The Catholics I work with were watching this.
Looks like something is happning in the North. More specifically it is happening in Manchester. Dirty mother is a month long exhibition in Nexus focused on climate change. It is a partnership between Christian Aid, Sanctus1 and Nexus. You now get to be i the priestly role and hear my confession. I hadn’t really heard
I know what you’re thinking and I can’t quite believe that I am writing this either. The BBC has a news report that is worth contemplating. Could your last act of worship be a decorated coffin? Tell me what you think.
Ok, I know I am a day late. I was just browsing through some news articles and I came across this article about St George. St George is fast becoming a rallying point for groups such as the British National Party to espouse it’s racist views acoss the country. However, there is a movement to bring