If you live in South London and would like to meet other progressive Christians - read this
Your chance to be in at the start of a new progressive Christian group forming in Balham
On Armistice Day, John Churcher, vice chair of PCN Britain, ponders the nature of war.
Robin Story, a PCN trustee who is visually impaired, has kindly provided contacts for two sources of progressive Christian talking books which are available via the web.
"In Defence of Doubt" was the title of Dr Val Webb's 2013 tour of the UK. It is also the title of her best known book. In this excerpt from one of her talks she rejects the idea that faith and doubt are…
While agreeing that the progressive religious community is right to dissent from passages in Leviticus, Rabbi Maurice Harris make the case that there's 'a lot of baby in that bathwater' - a great deal…
At Greenbelt this year, PCN and our partners erected a large plywood cut-out tree, on which Festival goers were invited to hang a wish or prayer for the world, for the church or for Christianity. PCN volunteer Nicola Phelan has been collating the results.
PCN member, Tony Raine, is offering some dramatic stories to illustrate gospel themes for use in churches and youth groups.
Australian theologian, Val Webb, recently completed a tour of the UK. The talks she gave can now be read, in an expanded version, in the Resources section of this website. In this excerpt she outlines…
Signing the Charter is how PCN Britain has chosen to mark its 10th anniversary
Former PCN Trustee, Alison Morley, makes a link between Mandela, Tolstoy, Ghandi and other twentieth century heroes; their understanding that the world can be changed if we change ourselves