The Magazine - September-October 2018
Articles in this issue...
Time for change
Iain explores that remembering the Armistice is an opportunity for us to consider being the change we wish to see in the world.
Being at peace
Peace – a word we use a lot in church. “Peace be with you”, “Glory to God in the highest, and peace to his people on earth”, “The peace of God which passes all understanding…”
A prophet for peace
Bishop Graham says: “I always get Sami to speak to our pilgrimage groups since he is engaged in peacemaking between Palestinians and Israeli Settlers. Scarcely anyone else is attempting such dialogue.” Sami shares his personal view of a Christ-centered peacemaking approach.
Reconciliation: The desire of my heart
Susanna Gunner shares Archbishop Justin's passion for reconciliation and offers an invitation to pray with him for peace in Norwich Cathedral this November.
The Big Sing for Peace with Archbishop Justin
It was Saint Augustine who is reputed to have said: "Those who sing pray twice".
Meeting Edith – peace and turmoil combine in Norwich Cathedral
As many will know, WW1 national heroine Matron Edith Cavell is buried in the grounds of Norwich Cathedral, a place she loved, having grown up in the village of Swardeston. Edith was born in the vicarage there in 1865. Janet Marshall, takes up the tale.
We will remember them
To mark the centenary of World War One, Revd Keith Dally, Priest-in-Charge of the United Benefice of Kings Beck, set out in 2014 to research the names on the Rolls of Honour of the six Churches of the Benefice – Banningham, Colby, Felmingham, Skeyton, Suffield and Tuttington.
Harleston champions of peace
You may remember the occasion when St John’s Harleston had been invaded by cranes. Thankfully, it was a peaceful invasion of 1,000 paper origami cranes, each a folded message of peace from local school children. Rector Nigel Tufnell takes up the tale.
Outside the wire
Recently, it has been recognised that some active and veteran service personnel have been affected by Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Biddy Collyer found out more about a local charity that offers support.
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