September 25th 2020

Zoomful futures:  Opportunity in crisis?


Justine Huxley

As we ride the second wave of the pandemic and once again curb some of our person to person contact for the long haul, at St Ethelburga’s, we are taking this moment to digest what we have learned about online work, and thinking creatively about the potential of hybrid events…

September 10th 2020

When whiteness comes knocking, shut the front door


Mishal Baig

Guest blogger Azariah France-Williams writes about his experiences of racism within the Church in his new book, Ghost Ship. There is a model of a priest in the Church of England which dominates and eliminates anyone who who does not fit into the centuries-old musty mould. The mould was founded…

September 1st 2020

Inside Stories: Tamador Dood


Jo Winsloe

Inside Stories: stories of resilience during the pandemic is a series of conversations with people who have been displaced by war, conflict or persecution about their lives, thoughts and hopes for others during COVID-19. Tamador grew up in Sudan and after completing her degree, she married and spent several years…

August 26th 2020

A time of fire and smoke: What story are we living?



In this guest blog, Sufi teacher and author Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee writes about radical uncertainty, while watching the Californian wildfires come closer to his home.   As the smoke from wildfires fill the air I wonder at this moment in time. Since the pandemic began, time itself has taken on a quality…

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