Where red and blue meet; the role of intermediate institutions between the family and the state in British society Tuesday 12th March; 6.30 for 7pm, LAB 006, Anglia Ruskin University, East Road, Cambridge with Maurice Lord Glasman and Phillip Blond Glasman and … Continue reading →
The February edition of Lordsbridge Life can be downloaded here.
Light as a feather A finger touched me, Branded me cross-shaped, Smudged me with ash. Light as a feather God’s finger caressed me With a sign of forgiveness, Marked me with love. Light as a feather, Penitent, shriven, Signed with … Continue reading →
Lent is traditionally a time of self-reflection and prayer to prepare for Easter. Rather than giving something up why not do something special to demonstrate your commitment to following the way of Jesus. Here are some ideas… Support your prayer … Continue reading →
Many people are accustomed to marking the Church’s year in church, but this can also be an important part of the pattern of your year in the home. If you are a parent, there are some good ideas on the Messy … Continue reading →
Whether you are intrigued by, or sceptical of, the idea of angels, watch this Sunday’s Songs of Praise on BBC2 on iPlayer (3 Feb). There are some interesting stories and Anglican theologian Paula Gooder speaks about angels in the … Continue reading →