Hannah's ministry normally involves lots of tea and chats. The COVID-19 pandemic has stopped face-to-face meetings, but the need to talk remains. Hannah shares how she's keeping in touch with people who have poor or no internet.
We'd all made plans... and then the COVID-19 pandemic hit! Mike describes how he feels like a tsunami has upturned our lifeboats, but how he's come to realise God hasn't cancelled His plans during this time.
Kinder and Gina had just moved to a new area in Sheffield to begin to launch new ministries there, but then the COVID-19 pandemic interrupted their plans...
The pandemic's lockdown has forced us to connect with people in new ways. For some this is an easy transition, for others the technology is a bit tricky. Cherith shares why she thinks it's worth grappling with...
The spiritual life is about more than just joy - it is also about mystery and lament. Mike shares his experience of this and how joy, lament and mystery are all central to the Easter story.
Messy Churches are appearing up and down the country and reaching people who wouldn't otherwise step inside a church. But is Messy Church 'proper' church or just a form of outreach to get people in to 'real' church?
This isn't the first time church has had to re-imagine what community looks like. Social distancing and social-isolating is forcing us to creatively do community today.
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