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Half-price Reform for students

Reform magazine has just slashed the price of its digital edition for students. The digital edition, available on tablets, smartphones and computers, usually costs £18 a year, but a 12-month subscription is now available to students for just £9. At 10 issues a year, that works out at just 90 pence.

Reform, the magazine which aims to equip Christians to make a difference in the modern world, launched its long-awaited digital edition in April. The half-price offer is available to anyone studying at university, college or secondary school.


Fear and faith at sea

Mike MeachinIn this Sea Sunday reflection, the Revd Michael Meachin, a United Reformed Church chaplain to the Royal Navy, considers the dangers, as well as the benefits, of stormy seas


Two local churches receive community grants

2 local churches receive award Merseyside LIVERPOOL St Columba URC 2015St Columba United Reformed Church in Liverpool – which attracted national media interest when the TV soap Hollyoaks used the church as a location for a fictional wedding – has been given a National Churches Trust Repair Grant of £10,000 towards a new church roof and to extend the use of the church building. The church sits in a prominent position and is highly visible to all residents and visitors to the area. The building is a rare form of 1960s architecture with only five other churches in the UK built in this style. Both the church and its hall are used by groups including: A weekly parent and toddler group, social evenings and private functions.



The Nation remembers the 7/7 bombings

rememberance image by Adam LedererAs Britain remembers those killed in the London bombings of 7 July 2005, a United Reformed Church minister, the Revd Debbie Hodge, has recalled the part she played on that day, ten years ago.