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Churches talking politics

193786 resourcescoverWhat is your church doing in the run-up to the General Election?  

Are you taking time out to think about how you will use your vote as followers of Jesus?

To help churches do just that the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT) of the Baptist Union, Methodist Church, United Reformed Church and Church of Scotland have produced a resource pack called ‘Love Your Neighbour: Think, Pray, Vote’.


Digital Reform is here!

reform nuGood news! Reform has launched a digital version, enabling readers to enjoy the magazine – and DIGEST – on tablets, smartphones and computers. And, as if that wasn’t exciting enough, we’re offering News Update readers the chance to subscribe for a reduced rate of £15 for a year. That's a discount of £3 from the normal price of the digital magazine, and no less than 50% off the cover price of the paper magazine. Read on to find out how to claim this offer.


Remembering the Revd Dr Philip Potter

oiko bannerThe Revd Dr Philip Potter, a global ecumenical leader known for accompanying churches around the world in their struggles for unity, justice and peace, died on 31 March at the age of 93 in Lübeck, Germany. Potter served as the third general secretary of the WCC from 1972 to 1984.


A Poem for Good Friday

Painting by Neil ThorogoodToday is Good Friday, a day commemorating the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. To mark the occassion the Revd Neil Thorogood, Principal of Westminster College, offers the following poem, entitled, 'The Truth Is':