How can we celebrate a low carbon Christmas?

How can we celebrate a low carbon Christmas?

At our recent Low Carbon Christmas event, in partnership with Leeds Methodist Mission, we were joined by community leader and Green Party candidate Ed Carlisle who shared some ideas and principles to help us celebrate Christmas without harming the planet. This is our...
Christians in Education for Interfaith Week

Christians in Education for Interfaith Week

For today’s Christians in Education podcast, Tim Hobbs spoke to Mike Hainsworth, an RE teacher in North Yorkshire, about Interfaith Week, his work as an RE teacher and how teaching about other faiths has influenced him as he explores his own faith. The Christians in...
A Conversation with Poet and Theologian Hannah Stone

A Conversation with Poet and Theologian Hannah Stone

Testament speaks to poet and theologian Hannah Stone about how walking inspired her pen-name, the connections between poetry and theology and how Hannah went from teaching theology to writing poetry. Hannah Stone has published three collections of poetry, and is also...
Christians In Education and Black History Month

Christians In Education and Black History Month

For today’s Christians in Education podcast Tim Hobbs spoke to Liz Mitchell about her experiences as a Christian in Education and the importance of teaching black history. Liz spoke about how she became a teacher, the importance of learning about black history...
Poets, Prophets and Protestors: The shape of things to come?

Poets, Prophets and Protestors: The shape of things to come?

For the 2019 Hook lecture, we were delighted to be joined by Canon Mark Oakley is Dean of St John’s College, Cambridge, who spoke on the topic of ‘Poets, Prophets & Protestors: The shape of things to come? Mark is an acclaimed speaker and writer on various issues...