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Home  >  Features  >  March 2021

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Holy Week Reflections: 'One of You Will Betray Me'

Holy Week Reflections: 'One of You Will Betray Me'

The Rev Roddy Hamilton reflects on the symbolism at play in the Last Supper

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The Coronavirus Diaries: "We Mourn Each Loss"

The Coronavirus Diaries: "We Mourn Each Loss"

The Rev Aaron Stevens looks back on a year with moments of success and humour, but too much loss of life.

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Holy Week Reflections: Jesus Is From Everywhere

Holy Week Reflections: Jesus Is From Everywhere

Continuing our Holy Week reflections, the Rev Roddy Hamilton reflects on the meaning of home

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Holy Week Reflections: Beyond Earthly Things

Holy Week Reflections: Beyond Earthly Things

Continuing our reflections for Holy Week, the Rev Roddy Hamilton examines the account of Mary Magdalene anointing Jesus' feet.

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Palm Sunday Reflection: Did Anyone Know?

Palm Sunday Reflection: Did Anyone Know?

In the first of a series of reflections for Holy Week, the Rev Roddy Hamilton asks whether anyone in the crowd on the first Palm Sunday understood what was happening

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Preparing for the Vaccine and a Third Wave

The Coronavirus Diaries: Preparing for the Vaccine and a Third Wave

An update from Keith and Ida Waddell, Church of Scotland mission partners with the United Church of Zambia

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Lent Reflections Week Five: The New Dawn

Lent Reflections Week Five: The New Dawn

The Very Rev Dr Derek Browning says that, even at times of trouble, Jesus offers the hope of the resurrection

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The Coronavirus Diaries: The 'Covid and Beyond' Church

The Rev Najla Kassab, President of the World Communion of Reformed Churches, says Covid-19 has created a time of envisioning for churches.

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Lent Reflections Week Four: On a Good Way

Lent Reflections Week Four: On a Good Way

The Rev Anikó Schütz​ Bradwell encourages us to live by Jesus' example

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Youth Column: Expanding the Kingdom

Youth Column: Expanding the Kingdom

One of the Church's youngest ministers, the Rev Andrew Morrison, recounts his journey to faith and hope for the future

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The Coronavirus Diaries: Passing the Light

Farhana A Nazir, lecturer at Gujranwala Theological Seminary in Pakistan, reflects on the challenges of sharing the Gospel during the time of pandemic

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Lent Reflections Week  Three: God Will Do Something New

Lent Reflections Week Three: God Will Do Something New

The Rev Stuart Love reflects on the Cleansing of the Temple

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The Coronavirus Diaries: 'The Lord Will Not Forsake Us'

The Coronavirus Diaries: 'The Lord Will Not Forsake Us'

Sylvia Haddad, Director JCC, National Evangelical Church of Syria and Lebanon says that Covid-19 is not her country's biggest worry

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Lent Reflections Week Two: Rebuking God

Lent Reflections Week Two: Rebuking God

The Rev Tommy MacNeil continues our Lent reflections with a look at the time Peter rebuked Jesus

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