But what do you actually believe?

But what do you actually believe?

When people make enquiries of PCN Britain they sometimes bring a credal yarstick by which they seek to measure us.  Adrian Alker, the PCN…...

When people ask us what PCN Britain stands for, we usually suggest they read our eight points, which are symbolised in our logo by the by the eight pointed star.  Or else we refer them to our set of four leaflets which expand on some of the themes raised in the eight points.  But sometimes enquirers are still not satisfied…..

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Fit for Phones - why this website looks different

Fit for Phones - why this website looks different

We have redesigned the site so that it’s easier to use on mobile phones and tablets.  Let us know what you think....

You may have noticed that most of the pages on this website now have a different feel.  The motive behind these changes is to make the website easier to use on mobile phones and tablets.  We had noticed a steady increase in visitors accessing the website using a phone or tablet and we decided it was time we show that we want them to have the best browsing experience possible…

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Progressing Spirit: Explorations on Theology, Spirituality and the News

Progressing Spirit: Explorations on Theology, Spirituality and the News

Our US partner, ProgressiveChristianity.org, is seeking to create an international society dedicated to the work and theology of Bishop John…...

For 16 years Jack Spong published a weekly essay - developing themes around the theology and practice of progressive Christianity.  He is no longer able to sustain this level of work following his stroke last year.  However, the series continues and has grown in its ambition…  

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Supporting refugees in the UK, Part 2

Supporting refugees in the UK, Part 2

How easy is it for individuals to provide hospitality and a welcome to refugees coming to Britain?  In the second of three articles Andy…...

After a refugee has gained their official status, they will still need assistance to find a permanent home and a guiding hand to help them settle in this country.   To this end there are many organisations which support refugees and most of them have a role for volunteers…

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