The ‘Thinking Allowed’ lecture series, exploring questioning, experiencing non-literal faith, is available on-line and flows from the partnership between Cairns Church in Milngavie and Orchardhill Parish Church in Giffnock, Glasgow region.
20-20 Progressive Christianity Stoke on Trent
20-20 Progressive Christianity Stoke on Trent meets monthly, normally at the Quaker Meeting House, Miller Street Newcastle under Lyme on the first Sunday in the month at 7.00pm. There are no prayers or hymns, but a discussion takes place based on a Bible passage, searching for its real meaning and application.
A New Christianity for a New World
Bishop John Shelby Spong on the News and Christian Faith
Although focused on Oxford, it is open to anyone within and beyond the Oxford diocese who feels drawn to more liberal forms of Christianity. It will help to provide a “home” for those who may feel isolated as Liberal Christians, particularly within the Church of England, although it is open and welcoming to all denominations. It is for both lay and ordained Christians.
Our mission is to help people like you find, and walk, a spiritual path that will bring comfort, hope, clarity, strength, and happiness. Whether you’re exploring your own faith or other spiritual traditions, we provide you inspiring devotional tools, access to the best spiritual teachers and clergy in the world, thought-provoking commentary, and a supportive community.
Center for Action and Contemplation
The Center for Action and Contemplation, located in Albuquerque, New Mexico, was founded in 1987 by Franciscan Father Richard Rohr, who saw the need for a training/formation center. It would serve as a place of discernment and growth for activists and those interested in social service ministries—a place to be still, and learn how to integrate a contemplative lifestyle with compassionate service. The Center’s purpose would be to serve not only as a forum for peaceful, non-violent social change but also as a radical voice for renewal and encouragement.
Changing Attitude Scotland
Changing Attitude Scotland is a network of members of the Scottish Episcopal Church and ecumenical friends. Some of us are lesbian, some gay, some straight, some bisexual. We welcome everyone, lay and ordained, whose concern is to work for change in the church’s understanding of human sexuality.
Changing Attitude Trawsnewid Agwedd Cymru
This is an organisation which is working towards the full inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people in the life of the Anglican Communion in Wales. (NB Changing Attitude England has now merged with LGCM to form OneBodyOneFaith)
Charter for Compassion
On February 28, 2008 Karen Armstrong won the TED Prize and made a wish: for help creating, launching and propagating a Charter for Compassion. Since that day, thousands of people have contributed to the process so that on November 12, 2009 the Charter was unveiled to the world. The Charter for Compassion is a document that transcends religious, ideological, and national difference. Supported by leading thinkers from many traditions, the Charter activates the Golden Rule around the world.
We don’t hug trees, we don’t wear sandals. But we do make change happen – both on the ground and in the plush offices of powerful international institutions. We work through local organisations to deliver direct, practical benefits, and we campaign to challenge the causes of poverty.
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