Blogs

In Favour of 'Global Majority'

By SCM on 11 Dec 2020

Augustine puts forward a case for scrapping the term BAME and instead adopting People of Global Majority. 

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There is evil, there is good, our actions matter, there will be justice

By SCM on 11 Dec 2020

What have you learned from 2020? Kate reflects on the truth that Apocalyptic times reveal to us that there is evil, there is good, our actions matter, and that there will be justice.

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Our Ongoing Response to COVID-19

By SCM on 11 Dec 2020

SCM's ongoing response to the global pandemic.

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Our Daily Bread

By SCM on 11 Dec 2020

Liddy reflects on our recent campaign launch event for Our Daily Bread.

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Agape Amidst Apocalyptic Advents

By SCM on 9 Dec 2020

Shanika explores why we need to love one another now more than ever in the midst of this most Apocalyptic of Advents. 

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Don't Understand Revelation? It's Not the End of the World!

By SCM on 9 Dec 2020

Andii Bowsher explores the oft confusing Book of Revelation, and explains why we're (probably) not at the end of the world. 

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Apocalypse Now

By SCM on 1 Dec 2020

Modified from a sermon given on the first Sunday of Advent at St. David of Scotland, Scottish Episcopal Church, Edinburgh by Ross Jesmont. Ross explores what apocalpyse could mean for us this Advent. 

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No Name Unknown to God

By Caitlin on 22 Nov 2020

On Transgender Day of Remembrance 2020 members of SCM and their friends gathered online to honor the trans* lives lost in the past year. Led by trans* members of SCM, the vigil was a time of mourning, honouring, and hope as we looked to the future. As part of the vigil attendees wrote a line expressing their thoughts and hopes about TDOR. These lines were put together into the following poem.

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Be Strong. Have Courage. Don't lose hope.

By SCM on 13 Nov 2020

Some words of encouragement as we enter England's second lockdown. 

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Reflections from a Christian Witch

By SCM on 12 Nov 2020

Fiona reflects on refinding her faith through more alternative means. 

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