Questioning ‘The Church, Women Bishops and Provision’
The latest Management Committee was held at St Columba’s URC, York on 14th January 2012.
New group for the North East of England
A new group is being launched in Newcastle, meeting for the first time in February 2012
PCN Chair’s Update
This update was sent by email to PCN members at the end of October 2011
New date for PCN Ipswich group launch
For the first time, a PCN group is to meet in a pub.
Launch of new Ipswich group postponed
A new PCN group was due to be launched in Ipswich in early October. Sadly, the founder of the group, Terence Cooper, has recently died. But his dream will live on.
PCN Strategy Consultation Response Form
The triennial review of PCN strategy is underway and we want to hear from members what they would like us to do.
Tribute to Adrian Smith
It was with considerable sadness that PCN Britain has learned of the death of one of its members, Father Adrian Smith, earlier this year.
PCN launches new liturgy appeal
PCN Britain is aiming to publish new liturgy for public use through this website.
Dominic Crossan leads PCN conference in Sept 2011
Here's a chance to get a taster of our September conference speaker.
PCN author writes about Christmas
Adrian Alker's contribution to the Together in Hope study guide series explores the place of myth within the gospels and how its meaning can contribute to the shaping of a progressive Christian faith.
Bishop Spong visits Glasgow
A report is now available of Jack Spong's visit to Glasgow in June 2011. You can also hear part of his last lecture and buy CDs of all his lectures on this website, (see below)
New group for Dundee University
PCN Britain is pleased to welcome “Thinking Allowed” to the PCN Britain group network.
New PCN Group launches in East Shropshire
People living in the West Midlands will soon have more choice when looking for local group of progressive Christians
Chair's news update
This email went out to PCN Britain members at the beginning of May 2011
Spong's last speaking tour in Britain
Bishop John Shelby Spong has said that his June 2011 visit to the UK will be his last speaking tour in this counrty.
Progressive Christianity features in a new novel
A PCN Britain member has followed in the footsteps of Marcus Borg and written a novel which encapsulates the approach of progressive Christianity.
Want to live in a community in Rugby?
Mark Beach, team Rector of the Rugby Team Ministry is aiming to recruit a group of 3/4 young people to come and share in their mission and ministry living together in a community house in a diverse part of the town.
Who was Jesus? New study guide
"Walk the Jesus Walk" by John Simmonds is the first in a series of study guides co-published by Progressive Christianity Network Britain, Modern Church, Free to Believe and St Marks Centre for Radical Christianity.
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