The Magazine - January-February 2019
Unity in diversity
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Dwelling together in unity
Anna Heydon shares her experience of churches working together across denominations in and with the local community of Great Yarmouth.
That we may be one
One of the prayers the I find myself using in the intercessions offered at Evensong in the Cathedral when praying for Christian Unity is this:
Biddy Collyer makes a tour of the Diocese of Norwich, seeking out examples of ecumenism in action.
Deaf Church – working together to worship together
Norwich Deaf Church is a joint initiative between Methodist Minister the Revd Anne Richardson and Anglican Priest the Revd Dominic Hubbock to enable and encourage the Christian Deaf Community to meet, worship and spend time together. Tim Rogers met with them to find out how they are working together in reaching out to Deaf people.
Norwich Centre for Christian Learning: Learning ecumenically
Gudrun Warren struggles with the term “ecumenism”, but has to in her job at the Norwich Centre for Christian Learning. The NCCL was set up in 2010 as an ecumenical educational project offering high quality learning opportunities in Christian theology.
Walsingham’s new ecumenical covenant
On the Feast of Our Lady of Walsingham last September, the Priest Administrator of the Anglican Shrine of our Lady of Walsingham, Fr Kevin Smith, and the Rector of the Roman Catholic National Shrine, Mgr John Armitage, signed an Ecumenical Covenant during Sung Vespers in the Anglican Shrine Church. Fr Kevin tells us more.
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