The Magazine - March-April 2018
Thy Kingdom Come
Articles in this issue...
Partying at Pentecost with puddings and Pimms
Rachel Seabrook tells us about St Edmunds’ annual Pentecost Puddings and Pimm’s event and what effect is has on the community.
The practice of prayer
Prayer has been a constant part of my life since I was at University. It was through thinking about prayer that I was drawn to the idea that the regular prayers of Jesus would have been the psalms.
Thy Kingdom Come – a wave of prayer across the community
Biddy Collyer talks about the premise behind Archbishops of Canterbury and York’s prayer initiative and shares how churches in the Diocese took part.
A model of contemplative witness in community
"As any contemplative will say, the church is going to wither and dry up unless there are some who take on this calling in a public evident way." Rowan Willliams, "Tokens of Trust"
Prayer spaces in schools – making prayer accessible
Anna Walker asked three people who delivered prayer spaces in schools during the Autumn term about the opportunities and impact they present in terms of helping young people explore spirituality and make prayer accessibly.
Cathedral prayer: the heartbeat of God’s love
Each day at Norwich Cathedral begins in the same way. Shortly before seven o’clock, the verger unlocks the doors and people begin to filter into the church.
Joined in prayer across the Diocese
During the time I’ve been responsible for putting it together, I have come to appreciate our diocesan prayer calendar more and more.
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