James blogs on our new Lent Discipline resource

James blogs on our new Lent Discipline resource

Read James's new blog post about our Lent Discipline resource for 2019. "(They) are inspired by our rich Christian heritage and offer simple, straightforward ways of settling the heart, stilling the mind, and focusing our thoughts."

Discussion Question Material March - May available now

Discussion Question Material March - May available now

Our small group discussion questions are online for March-May. March and April form part 1 & 2 of our Lent + Easter With Fresh Eyes initiative. In March consider how the radical love advocated throughout the Bible could transform your local neighbourhood. In April picture the rejected, beloved, and glorified Jesus. In May get in the disciple Peter's head with our "Follow Me" questions.

Listen to our new podcast: ‘Story, art and fragility’ from conference

Listen to our new podcast: ‘Story, art and fragility’ from conference

Listen to our latest podcast episode Story, art and fragility where James speaks to three more participants from our recent Re-Imagining Church conference: Russell McLarty, Fiona Campbell and Martin Johnstone. They discuss the importance of having a sense of narrative, beauty, and sensitivity as we re-imagine church. Listen to part 1 Looking out in love to hear James talking to Darren Jalland and Esther Vaughan.

Watch The Columba Experience, a short documentary on pilgrimage

Watch The Columba Experience, a short documentary on pilgrimage

Watch our new film The Columba Experience, made by Jack Steel, a short documentary about a group of contemporary pilgrims in Argyll, getting to know more about God, one another, and their beautiful surroundings. It's restful, inspiring, and peaceful. Albert has blogged about the story behind the film.

Lent + Easter Themes 2019 In The Neighbourhood + Behold The Man

Lent + Easter Themes 2019 In The Neighbourhood + Behold The Man

Our themes for Lent into Easter, for March and April, are now online. In The Neighbourhood invites us to look around our local communities, to get to know them better and to keep our eyes open to spot the shoots of the Kingdom, and in Behold The Man we turn to the face of Christ and consider the enigmatic phrase of Pilate's as we consider God’s unspeakable gift to a broken world...