- Who Do We Think We Are? Group Work in Church January 28, 2023
- The wisdom of Solomon (or, that was the week, that was) November 18, 2022
- Living in Love and Faith: some thoughts on the Church Society’s report October 25, 2022
- Extending our search for the truth: reviewing Past Cases Review 2 October 5, 2022
- Continuing the conversation: from either/or to both/and October 3, 2022
Category Archives: Shared Conversations
As we prepare for the February meeting of General Synod, we now know that Living in Love and Faith will be turning up on three consecutive days. On the Monday, there will be a presentation – i.e. something which doesn’t … Continue reading
‘What are you up to at the moment?’ When I’m asked that question by people unconnected to the Church of England, I tend to reply in a very vague way, because surely they don’t really want the details? But some … Continue reading
I’m continuing to process last week’s General Synod meeting, and there certainly is a lot to process; not just the very full agenda over long days, and not just the ongoing rumblings about the confusion during the elections to the … Continue reading
From one of my other blogs: some reflections, for the record, on where we are two years into the pandemic.
Today I attended the online count on Zoom and discovered that I have been elected to the House of Laity of General Synod to represent Oxford Diocese for the next five years. It’s still sinking in… The elections work by … Continue reading
What does the ‘stepping back’ of the Bishop of Winchester tell us about history and about power?
I’ve long lost count of the times I’ve been to a performance of Handel’s Messiah. It was a feature of my childhood, with a train trip from the suburbs to London to hear it. I remember everyone stood for the … Continue reading
What wasn’t included in Living in Love and Faith Continue reading
What was it like being part of Living in Love and Faith? And what is it like waiting for the final publication? Continue reading