This issue explores the topic of gardens but also healing and wellbeing. There is some overlap – for many of our writers and, we suspect, our readers, gardens provide a place of peace and restoration.
Stephen Finamore reflects on God's presence with humanity in
Eden, the Temple and the New Jerusalem
Laura Cook describes how community spirit is flourishing in
Tina Jefferies reflects on how spending time in gardens might
help us connect with God
Naomi Starkey's latest book tells "a story of exile and rootless
wandering that, through unlooked for grace, finds purpose and
York courses are distinguished by their authorship by leading
Christian thinkers, and On the Third Day is no exception.
It seems ridiculous to say, with the thousands upon thousands of
songs and hymns in existence, but sometimes it is hard to find
something to express a particular facet of how we can address a
certain situation or theme in sung worship.
'Believing in poetry', the subtitle of this new book by the
canon chancellor of St Paul's Cathedral, can be read two ways - as
the author intended.