What the death of the high street can teach the local church

A phenomenon I have always struggled to understand is the British tendency to get especially upset over the loss of businesses on ‘the high street’.

A bit less religon please, we’re religious

In yesterday’s Times (paywall), Sarah Tor made the following comments regarding hymns in church schools: As a Muslim who attended a Christian school, I say

More application please

My twitter pal, Chris Thomas, wrote a post recently where he called us preachers to less application. Summarising his argument (I think fairly), Chris wants

What should we make of Keir Starmer’s visit to church?

Keir Starmer has come under fire in the last few days. His crime was visiting a church and praising them for their work during the

Is there anything that can be done in an independent church when there is a toxic eldership?

I had a brief twitter conversation about polity and ecclesiology yesterday. Alison Brewis posed a fair question. She asked this: Before I share my reply,

When the church is beautiful

Church is taking a bit of a battering at the minute. I suspect church members’ meetings aren’t usually the go-to antidote to that either. Most

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