Thinking Anglicans

Opinion – 14 June 2017

Archdruid Eileen of the Beaker Folk of Husborne Crawley continues her series on attending church: Sermons

Paul Bayes Huffington Post UK Shaken And Unshaken

Jennifer Ross The Tablet A revival in pilgrimage is bringing the prospect of environmental and ecumenical opportunities to Canterbury and beyond
to which Marcus Holden adds this

Daniel H Martins The Living Church What the Camino Taught Me

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Preaching is a charism. There are wonderful preachers out there, many in the small corners of the Christian Church, who clearly have been called to this ministry. Notwithstanding there are sermons that are dry and jejune—much in the same way that Archdruid Eileen’s article is jejune.