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Another angle on climate change

First published on: 19th December 2014

Another angle on climate change. By now we are well familiar with measures to cut harmful emissions and to invest in renewables as the chief means of combating potentially catastrophic climate change.


Flocking to a Christmas Tree Festival

First published on: 19th December 2014

Flocking to a Christmas Tree Festival. Nearly 3,000 visitors enjoyed this year's Christmas Tree Festival at St Mary's Church in Twyford.


Fuelling justice

First published on: 19th December 2014

Fuelling justice. by Alison Webster The first frosts have bitten - with beautiful sunrises to match.


Love always perseveres

First published on: 19th December 2014

Love always perseveres. When have you done something that needed you to persevere, even when you felt too tired or just unable to continue? These stories show us times when people didn't give up, even in the face of difficulties.


The muddy curate's Christmas Communions

First published on: 19th December 2014

Sue Morton continues her series on the life of a curate.


Advent meditations in Littlemore

First published on: 17th December 2014

Advent meditations in Littlemore. An image by Tom Bower in response to the hymn All are Welcome.


A Camel Came to School

First published on: 17th December 2014

A Camel Came to School. "Herds of camels will come.


Pray for people caught up in the Peshawar terrorist attack

First published on: 16th December 2014

Pray for people caught up in the Peshawar terrorist attack. BELOW is a message from Insar Gohar, the Youth Coordinator for the Diocese of Peshawar, part of the Church of Pakistan.


St Edburg's Christmas Tree Festival gets even larger

First published on: 12th December 2014

St Edburg's Christmas Tree Festival will be even larger this year, with 80 decorated trees filling the 900 year-old church.


Former Archbishop speaks to chaplains

First published on: 4th December 2014

Former Archbishop speaks to chaplains. Dr Williams in 2011 The former Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Revd Dr Rowan Williams, will be a keynote speaker at a conference in Crowthorne next week.

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