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Creativity in Lockdown

Creativity in Lockdown

Our Poet Theologian, Hannah Stone, considers the urge to get creative in lockdown and considers whether the 'new normal' will be a place of greater creativity, be that physical, emotional or political transformation.   At the start of lockdown I was full of plans...

You Know The Way For Me

You Know The Way For Me

As lockdown eases, our Poet Theologian in Virtual Residence, Hannah Stone, shares her own fears and concerns and asks us to consider, as we acclimatise to the outside world, how can we practice trusting that God does indeed ’know the way for us’?   So, lockdown...

Bearing one another’s burdens

Bearing one another’s burdens

This week our Poet Theologian in Virtual Residence Hannah Stone considers the mutuality of support; honouring the need we have for each other at a personal level, as well as the symbiotic relationship of institutions and organisations.   Last week, the big news...

In It Together

In It Together

In this week's blog, our Poet Theologian in Virtual Residence Hannah Stone reflects that we are no longer at a stage where Covid 19 is everything to us because other events and issues are impinging on our consciousness in lockdown.   Modern modes of communication...

An Aroko for David Oluwale

An Aroko for David Oluwale

Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, and Archbishop of York, John Sentamu have responded to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis on Monday 25th May 2020. “Recent events in the United States of America have once again drawn public attention to the ongoing evil...

Silence is no longer an option: Black Lives Matter

Silence is no longer an option: Black Lives Matter

Church leaders from across our city, including Leeds Church Institute Director Dr Helen Reid, have written an open letter that says 'Silence is no longer an option: Black Lives Matter ' following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, America.   "As...

Entertaining Angels

Entertaining Angels

Hannah Stone, our Poet Theologian in Virtual Residence, is reminded of the Letter to the Hebrews, 13.2:  "Do not neglect to entertain strangers, for some thereby have entertained angels unawares" and invites us to write and share a Haiku in the comments box in...

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