New in the shop, Bishop John Shelby Spong’s talk at Windsor in June
in PCN Shop
in PCN Shop
Howard Grace writes about a gathering of 70 people from various faiths and backgrounds who met last May to discuss personal transformation, guided by the question, ‘How Do I Overcome?’
Our sister organisation, Modern Church, is looking for a new part time administrator
Volunteers are needed to read a newly published book on a progressive theme and to share your thoughts about it with us through our quarterly magazine, Progressive Voices.
PCN member Harry Houldsworth finds that the retelling of joke heard many years ago provides a interesting lesson about the nature of Scriptural truth.
Val Webb, author of In Defence of Doubt, is currently on a tour of the UK. Here she finds a motive which might explain why John's Gospel leaves the apostle Thomas' reputation so discredited.
Here are the final two books in an excellent series from our partner organisation, Inclusive Church.
Here are two more books from one of our partner organisations. They are designed to help churches be more inclusive; one concerns poverty; the other sexuality.
Brian McLaren pays tribute to a man whom he didn't initially see as his ally
This was the title of a seminar in Newbury which Howard Grace, a PCN member, helped to organise. The focus was on social conditioning and how our cultural background affects our perception of people.
If you live in south Worcestershire or Herefordshire, we’d like to invite you to be part of new meeting of progressive Christians which will meet in Malvern.