Animated apologetics #5: The fine-tuning of the universe

Having already looked at the origins of the universe, the next animation from Reasonable Faith looks at just how ridiculously, infinitesimally, mind-bogglingly improbable it is that this universe could then go on to support life. … Continue Reading

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Congratulations!

David Todd, our former Director of Music, and his bride Clare married at Christ Church at the beginning of July. We wish them all the happiness in the world. Another couple, meanwhile, have been married slightly longer. If you’ve been in … Continue Reading

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Animated apologetics #4: Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Part 2: The facts

In Part 1 of  ‘Did Jesus really rise from the dead?’ we saw that Jesus of Nazareth believed himself to be the one and only Son of God. This led to the authorities accusing him of blasphemy and crucifying Him. … Continue Reading

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Animated apologetics #3: Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Part 1: The facts

  Following on from our last blog exploring the identity of Jesus, our next animation from Reasonable Faith explores the facts surrounding his crucifixion. … Continue Reading

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Animated apologetics #2: Who did Jesus really think he was?

  Continuing this new series, our next animation from Reasonable Faith looks at the identity of Jesus. Who did he really think he was? … Continue Reading

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A reaEly nice time

  Last Saturday the parish pilgrimage to Ely Cathedral took place. A large group of 24 parishioners came and it was a great success. … Continue Reading

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New series: Animated apologetics #1: The Kalam Cosmological Argument

Our new series of blogs showcases a range of short animations created by Reasonable Faith. Each video briefly explains one of the many intelligent, articulate arguments that show why, in the age of science, it is also entirely reasonable to hold … Continue ReadingContinue Reading

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You can ring our bells …

Ding dong – calling all would-be campanologists! Church bells across the land are being silenced due to a lack of bell ringers. This ancient art is a unique mix of physical exercise with mental agility that is a deep part of our … Continue ReadingContinue Reading

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Freunds Reunited

Last year in these pages we explained the longstanding friendship link between Wanstead United Reformed Church, Wanstead Church of England Parish and the protestant church in Engelskirchen, a town situated in the pretty hill country east of Cologne. … Continue Reading

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Christian Aid Week

Christian Aid Week 2019 runs from 12-18th May. This year’s theme focuses on the charity’s work supporting mothers and their children in Sierra Leone – the most dangerous country in the world to give birth. … Continue Reading

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