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Thought for the Week

Thought for the Week Recent Thoughts for the Week Thought for the Day – Following like James, one step at a time Daniel Norris celebrates St. James, highlighting his transformative…

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Thought for the Week – Revolution part 3: Beyond Commemoration?

Thought for the Week – Revolution part 3: Beyond Commemoration? Deborah Colvin discusses the Season of Creation, focusing on themes of justice, ecological activism, and the legacy of Quobna Ottobah…

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About Earth Justice

Week – The Three Sisters This weeks’ Thought for the Week is brought to you by the Three Sisters – corn (or maize), beans and squash – in dialogue with…

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Lucy Winkett

Thought for the Week – What’s holy about holy week?

Thought for the Week – What’s holy about holy week? Hear from Lucy Winkett in this week’s edition of Thought for the Week, as she asks ‘What’s Holy about Holy…

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Thought for the Week – Mental health and Church

Thought for the Week – Mental health and Church This week is Mental Health Awareness Week. Simon Perfect, Assistant Churchwarden, considers the roles that churches play in supporting mental health….

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Thought for the Week – Julian of Norwich

Thought for the Week – Julian of Norwich This week Lia Shimada, PCC member, ponders on Julian of Norwich’s manuscript ‘Revelations of Divine Love’ and whether or not we can…

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Thought for the Week – Seeing Cugoano

Thought for the Week – Seeing Cugoano For Black History Month, Ekow Eshun, curator of Cugoano250, explores the life and legacy of Quobna Ottobah Cugoano, an abolitionist and former enslaved…

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Lucy Winkett

Thought for the Week – Christian Unity

Thought for the Week – Christian Unity Lucy discusses the theological reflections that underpin the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity. There’s an old joke sometimes told in ecumenical circles…

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