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Savi Hensman reflects upon Jesus' encounter with a deeply disturbed and isolated man and poses questions as to its meaning for the church and society of our own time.
As Christians around the world mark Easter Sunday and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, there are some who are using the occasion to demand that Britain turns the clock back.
Last night, three East Anglian Quakers sat round the kitchen table of their Area Meeting Clerk. We were stuffing envelopes – an activity which will be replicated in many kitchens and committee rooms over the next five weeks.
Lindsay Northover, a Liberal Democrat junior minister, began her remarks at a Quaker-organised hustings event yesterday by commenting on how few people go to hustings these days.
UK Church leaders have decided to use live television debates and phone-in polls to resolve remaining doctrinal disputes.
Seven Christians have been forcibly removed from the Burghfield Atomic Weapons Establishment. They were marking Holy Week by disrupting nuclear weapons production.
Conservative Christian groups are forever telling us that people who oppose same-sex relationships are frightened of expressing their views.
A coalition of major UK Churches, with a combined membership of more than 800,000 people, has welcomed the call for a full independent review of the benefit sanctions system.
Three British churches have come together to issue a joint statement and a prayer for Pakistan following terrorist bombings in Lahore on 15 March.