/March 2018 Articles

Community Engagement

Stephen Wright writes about ministry at the Parish of St Paul’s, Hasland with Grassmoor, and St James the Apostle, Temple Normanton Although St Paul’s has always been a community-orientated church, this really changed and became a great opportunity for the [...]

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Reconciliation of ministries

Thomas Seville CR discusses reconciliation with the Methodist Church The path to the re-union of churches can be compared to going up a mountain—I think of that lovely beauty, Helvellyn; the lower slopes are steady going, calling for much effort [...]

2018-10-23T12:01:34+00:00 March 2018 Articles|

The Anglican-Methodist Proposals

A statement from the Executive of Forward in Faith Anglo-Catholics are among those who are most committed to the full visible unity of Christ’s Church. We are therefore grateful to those who have worked to produce the present proposals for [...]

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The Pilgrim Journey

Brian Hanson discusses Walsingham and the relationship between the Church of England and the Roman Catholic Church I made my first pilgrimage to the Shrine in 1956 when I was a teenager. It was a weekend pilgrimage with the Society [...]

2018-10-23T12:00:32+00:00 March 2018 Articles|

Chrism Masses 2018

Bishops of The Society will be celebrating the following Chrism Masses:   Richborough Wednesday 21 March 7.30 pm S. Hugh, Eyres Monsell, Leicester Richborough Saturday 24 March 11.00 am Guildford Cathedral Beverley Sunday 25 March 6.00 pm S. Aidan, Grangetown, [...]

2018-10-23T11:59:33+00:00 March 2018 Articles|

Silver Jubilee for Reform

David Banting discusses 25 years of Reform Reform is 25 years old this year. Such an anniversary warrants reflection and review, if not celebration and thanks. The C of E is properly the Reformed Catholic Church of England. If so, [...]

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