At midnight on 10th June 2020 Britain had gone two months without burning coal to generate power. So far this year, 37% of all electricity generated was supplied by renewable energy sources, and the UK has the biggest offshore wind industry in the world. But what does this have to do with the Church? The Bright Now campaign
Iwonder if you are the sort of person who loves to get stuck into a book or two over the summer. “Well, choose carefully because you can’t judge a book by its cover” – that’s what I was told as a schoolboy.
We are asking children if they would like to contribute a little item for the Sunday sheet and/or the Church magazine.
The Pytchley Row cottages are constructed of ironstone at the front facing Church Street, but at the back the thick walls are made of cheaper limestone. Except for No. 11 Church Street, which became a temporary post office around the turn of the century.
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Technology has been a godsend during this crisis, but it is no substitute for being present in a church GILES FRASER 25 May 2020 Daily Telegraph It is 10 years next year that I resigned from St Paul’s Cathedral. We had a bit of a falling out over whether the Occupy protesters ought to [...]
In my day it was about this time of year that the churchwarden agreed to let some of us young lads go up the church tower. Course, this was before they invented Health & Safety and we didn’t know how terrifying it might be.
We are asking children if they would like to contribute a little item for the Sunday sheet and/or the Church magazine. To kick off the Children’s Challenge Corner for all ages.