Without supernatural intervention, is there still a good argument for prayer? Michael Wright is encouraged by Gretta Vosper.
PCN Britain is pleased to reproduce this statement from the Co-Chairs and Vice-Chairs of the Inter Faith Network for the UK
The chair of PCN Britain, John Churcher, was the guest speaker at the launch of the fifty-fifth group in the PCN network of affiliated groups.
3rd Common Dreams Conference “Midwives of Change: Progressives Shaping Religious Communities” is a conference of religious progressives in Australia and the South Pacific.
There is a common aim among progressive Christians to be followers of Jesus. But our understanding of divinity is a source of lively debate with a whole spectrum of beliefs and agnosticisms. Gretta Vosper…
Andrew Parker makes a case for the rejection of military might, taking his evidence from the Hebrew Bible.
George Elerick, cultural theorist, author and activist, goes in search of God's soul.
Richard Holdworth offers an allegorical approach to the meaning of Easter.
Through Holy week we will publish some thoughts on the celebration of Easter. We start with these words from Bishop Jack Spong, taken from his book, Examining the Meaning of the Resurrection.
Justin Welby is the first Archbishop of Canterbury whose background includes being a chief executive in private industry. As one of his newly acquired junior employees, Sonya Brown, has prepared a few…
A conference celebrating 50 years of “Honest to God”. Jointly sponsored by Modern Church and the Progressive Christianity Network Britain. Tickets now available