So those of you who read my blog regularly may be starting to realise that I am a bit of a fan of Marvel comics. I would say that it is a bit of a throw over from childhood but that would denigrate the whole comic book experience. Some of the best social commentary of
Interesting comments by Sir John Sorrell about our attitudes towards the environment. It would seem to resonate quite strongly with the ethos of the Emerging Church. Some people think that cutting carbon means denying ourselves the things that make life enjoyable – no shopping, no fun – but I see it differently. Tackling climate change
Kester at Signs of Emergence: The Complex Christ has spotted a rather worrying article in The Times about the UK goverment ‘tapping every phone call and intercepting every email and monitor every page view’. Check out the BBC article. Looks like George Orwell was right.
It always surprises me when the traditional church does something sensible and modern. Here is a site called church finder that will take your post code and point you in the direction of a church and the events going on in it!
I have stumbled across a group called Spirited Exchanges UK that aims to develop “links for people with a shared interest in spiritual journeys on the edge of or outside churches and other religious groups, and the issues this raises”. The group has developed out of a group in New Zealand. By recognising that faith and spirituality are not
There is a new alternative worship gathering starting in Morley near Leeds. The new venture is to be called In-Spire and will kick off at 7.30PM on the 12th June at St Peters Church. If you want to go along, St Pters Church is on the corner of Victoria Road and Rooms Lane.
It would appear that this is hug the emerging church week. It looks like the Church of Scotland is planning to put 1.5 million pounds into ’emerging ministries’. Article is here.
I have been surfing the news and stumbled upon this article. The reposrt is concerning a recent speech by the upcoming general secretary of the Methodist Church Revd Dr Martyn Atkins. A report in The Times last week cited controversial forecasts from think tank Christian Research predicting that the number of Sunday churchgoers would drop to