Pete Rollins, Rob Bell & Roger Bretherton - 2 day conference in Lincoln, Aug 2016 - only £85
Sometimes it is good to take a thought provoking book along on holiday, after all what better time to consider life’s fundamentals than when the daily round is set aside.
Julian writes about how he found his way to PCN's partner organisation Modern Church.
Language about or addressed to God should be derived from human experience, not just from men’s experience, argues Prof. Adrian Thatcher, of Modern Church, in a new booklet.
PCN chair, Adrian Alker argues that churches should forgo their love of unbelievable creeds and set rituals. He calls on religious leaders to focus on practice rather than belief. In this way they might…
PCN’s quarterly magazine welcomes contributions.
As the UK faces an uncertain future, and its two major political parties hold internal contests for their leadership, a senior Anglican professor claims that the need for a new, progressive social-democratic…
In this video Brian McLaren explains why the church needs to stop being protective of its nostalgia and to start dealing with the way religious institutions have contributed to division and strife. In…
Would you be willing to review a book for an upcoming edition of PCN’s quarterly magazine, Progressive Voices?
PCN Trustee, Tony Rutherford, dreams up a new vision of religion in general and of the Church of England in particular based on a conference in 2015 led by Linda Woodhead, Professor of the Sociology of…
A report on the first Marcus Borg Memorial Lecture by Diana Butler Bass before an audience in Birmingham on Saturday 14th May 2016