As we look towards Holy Week there are several online events taking place. I intend to let you know about them all in the course of the next couple of days. First of all, Duttyo is organising a set of online stations that will be posted each day at 9am from the 1st of April.
Sten has come up with a lovely little clip of Jesus in the wilderness using lego. Bravo! Encore!
This looks like a great campaign from the Methodist Church. The Christian life is often built into some ‘mystic art’ that only qualified people are capable of doing. The Tell, Show, Be campaign seeks to shatter the mystique and encourage the whole body of christ to get on with being followers of the way.
Since “Fresh Expressions” was coined as an all encompassing, Anglican and Methodist friendly term for anything ‘alt:worship’ or ’emerging church’ it has undergone an ongoing process of evolution. This can be somewhat problematic when introducing groups to these concepts. I was asked by my diocese to speak for a couple of hours to a group of prospective ordinands about
I recently blogged concerns about Fresh Expressions moving people from one form of church to another rather than reaching new people. Share the guide has blogged a brief introduction to a forthcoming grove booklet by Matt Stone asking the question “Are fresh expressions actually being fishing nets and reaching the unchurched, or are they merely safety nets, picking
St Arnold’s had a visit on Monday night from the President of The Methodist Conference. Check out the blog here. Wish I had nicked off PCC and gone now =D
The General Election has been announced and Christians have started to debate the pros and cons of various political views. My view is this – get to know the character of God and then vote for who you think represents that closest. Here is the video that Spring Harvest managed to organise in the past
I realised as I was updating the “Emerging Church in the North of England” page that I have been very remiss with my updating of late. Duttyo keeps informing me of the new emerging group Saint Arnolds in the Lord Darcy pub Alwoodley, Leeds. I think the group meet regularly to discuss the bible and drink