Here’s a guest post from Revd Janet Nicholls, Rural Adviser and Agricultural Chaplain, Diocese of Chelmsford. The fields in the rural areas of our diocese are full of life, vibrancy and potential. After a long harsh winter, crops have fizzed into growth with the warmth of late spring. But can you recognise what’s growing? Do you look … More Farm open
I’ve just come across this informative CofE Research Booklet on what millennials think about weddings (cover above) which is available on the CofE print hub. There is also a 12/4/18 CofE press release on the subject. The research was done over two days last November with over 1000 unmarried people between the ages of 18 … More Millennials, Marriage and Church Weddings
“We don’t travel well…” – this is one of the characteristics that rural church communities often acknowledge about themselves. It may be acceptable to drive to the nearest large supermarket, but going to a neighbouring village to worship in a different church… that’s a whole other thing… I was musing about how this is so … More Church on tour?