Monthly afternoon service: Politics & civil disobedience

We held our monthly afternoon service this past Sunday. We have intentionally tried to make them different to the morning service. Our usual format is

Three things to remember as we go to the polls

I’ve decided not to reinvent the wheel and to post a section of a post of I wrote after the 2015 election. I repost it

An ongoing prayer of our church

The Guardian has reported that asylum seeker housing are in property unfit for human habitation. You can read the full report here. If you, like

Christians, Conservatives, social conservatism and Boris

Yesterday we received word that Boris Johnson was going to be the new Conservative Party leader. By extension, he is also going to become our

If RC Sproul Jr values freedom and democracy, he should revise his view of Northern Ireland

Yesterday, I came across these absolutely astounding tweets by RC Sproul Jr. They are, unfortunately, symptomatic of a view that is prevalent in the States.

Karen Bradley, Northern Ireland and lessons for the church

The Northern Ireland Secretary – Karen Bradley – has managed to make comments in her highly diplomatically sensitive role that make the whole handling of

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