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“It should feel costly.” This month, Reform is asking the question facing the URC at General Assembly: how should the Church respond to the legacies of slavery? Our interviewee, Cole Arthur Riley, creator of ‘Black Liturgies’, says that we should give dear enough reparations that ‘it should feel like a loss.’ Others have their own view on the question.
Also in June’s Reform: 40 years of Church Action on Poverty, alpacas at Winson Green, the tallest cross in the land, Yad Vashem and leadership for the whole Church.
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Today we celebrated the Ordination of two new Elders (Sarah and Grace) and their Induction to serve on Elders’ Council along with Alison, Chris, Mike, Robin, Dodie and Sandy who are already Elders. The service was led by our Interim Moderator, the Revd Stephen Lewis.
Congratulations and welcome to them all! We look forward to all that they bring to the Council and to the life of Trinity. It is very encouraging that so many busy people are giving their time and talents to the church
Sarah and Grace with the Revd Stephen Lewis after the service
Robin, Mike, Dodie, Sarah, Grace & Chris with the Revd Stephen Lewis
Robin, Mike, Grace, Revd Stephen Lewis, Sandy, Chris and Alison
….join the URC’s 50th anniversary choir! We’re looking for voices in a variety of styles, to reflect the diversity of the denomination, to sing at the Service of Celebration and Thanksgiving on October 1, at Methodist Central Hall Westminster. Members of the choir will receive the music in advance and have a rehearsal day in central London and then a final rehearsal on the day at the hall ahead of the service. Lunch and refreshments will be provided. Please register your interest here. For further information, please email the team here.