Lutherstadt

As I stood on the platform at Berlin’s main station, waiting for my train to Lutherstadt-Wittenberg. It suddenly dawned on me that I was going on a pilgrimage of my own. Pilgrimages are almost always very personal, and reflect your relationship with God at that time. No one pilgrimage is the same, even to the […]

New Beginnings

I’m currently writing this blog from a new part of the country. I’ve recently been lucky enough to relocate to Cambridgeshire to take up my role as a Council For World Mission (CWM) Iintern, starting at the beginning of October. It’s cropped up in conversation a few times now, but it’s always difficult to describe what I will be getting […]

A romantic weekend by the sea…

Tomorrow Sandy and I will be off to the seaside for nearly a week, we’ll be staying in a hotel, it has a pool, we’ll eat fish and chips, sit in a theatre… Oh, sorry, I should also mention that 30 other young people will be doing the same! Sadly for Sandy and I it won’t […]

A blog of bits!

Bit of a haphazard blog this week, lots of different things to report on and let you know about! Greenbelt 26th-29th August 2016 at Boughton House, Kettering! Be there! Greenbelt is a fantastic festival where arts, faith and justice collide. In my opinion, there isn’t a better year to go! First of all, the URC […]

Initial Consultation Closed

The initial consultation into the proposed structures and guidelines for the United Reformed Church Youth presented in the URC Youth Handbook closed at midnight on Thursday 5th February. Thanks again to who all got in touch! The proposals include: For the term ‘FURY’ to cease to be used at a Synod and Assembly level For the position of […]