Movement Magazine

Caring for Creation with Eco-Congregation Scotland

10 Aug 2017

Eco-Congregation Scotland is a movement of Scottish church congregations, of all denominations and none, committed to addressing environmental issues like climate change through their life and mission. We were founded in 2001 and became a registered charity in 2010.  We are a membership...

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Inspirational Women: Interview with Francesca Po

6 Mar 2017

1. Could you tell us a little bit about your role and involvement at Second Sunday?

I am the co-founder, along with Soo Tian Lee, of Second Sunday – an SCM-affiliated group at the University of Oxford. The two of us share the tasks of organising our monthly social...

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An Interview with Revd Steve Chalke

23 Aug 2016

Revd Steve Chalke MBE is a Baptist minister and founder of Oasis UK, a charity committed to transforming communities by working in an inclusive, integrated, empowering and comprehensive way so that all people experience wholeness and fullness of life. He is also the Founder and Chair of STOP...

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Meet Our New GC Members: Simone Ramacci

8 Aug 2016

The Person

I’m Simone (pronounced see-MOH-neh) and I’ve just completed my BSc in Genetics at the University of Essex, where I also founded the Progressive Christians (SCM) group, and will be doing a research-based MSc this autumn.

My faith background is a mixture...

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Meet Our New GC Members: Caitlin Wakefield

1 Aug 2016

1. Tell us a little bit about yourself, including what and where you study.

I'm a Master's Theology student at the University of Glasgow. My academic interests focus on bodily, queer and feminist theology and I also have a penchant for biblical studies. Outside of...

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Life as an International Christian Student

20 Jun 2016

1. Hi Swarup, could you tell us a little about yourself, including where and what you study, and your home country?

I am a PhD student looking at Systematic Theology at the University of Edinburgh. My thesis involves exploring an inclusive and open theology in the context...

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Book Review: The Practical Prophet

28 Apr 2016

There are two kinds of prophets: those who foretell the future and those who confront their own generation with the will of God. Moira Chan-Yeung’s biography of Bishop Ronald Hall, using new material that she has gleaned from personal and institutional archives, reveals Bishop Hall as a prophet...

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An Interview with Peterson Toscano - part two

22 Apr 2016

Peterson Toscano is a theatrical performance activist using comedy and storytelling to address social justice concerns. Through his one-person comedies and lively lectures, he has delighted audiences throughout North America, Europe, and Africa as he humorously...

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An Interview with Peterson Toscano - Part One

22 Apr 2016

Peterson Toscano is a theatrical performance activist using comedy and storytelling to address social justice concerns. Through his one-person comedies and lively lectures, he has delighted audiences throughout North America, Europe, and Africa as he humorously...

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Welcoming International Students: Interview with Lizy Newswanger Part Two

31 Mar 2016

Do you think international students find their identity most in their experience as outsiders? What do you think are the main things that shape the identities of international students?

As a former international student, I’d say I’ve actually found my identity in Scotland...

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