Blogs

World Refugee Day

By Alana on 8 Jun 2022

In April of this year The Nationality and Borders Bill was passed in Parliment. This will impair refugees' ability to enter the country legally whilst putting them in more danger if travelling illegally. Some aspects of the Bill are also designed to undermine the rights of refugees and asylum seekings already living in the UK.

What do you think we should do?  

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Called To Be... Feylyn's Discovery

By SCM on 6 Jun 2022

Feylyn is a Research Fellow at the University of Sussex. She reflects on how she has listened to God calling her through the people around her, and seeing God at work in the highs and the lows. 

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Called to Be: Emilia's Journey

By SCM on 30 May 2022

For the first vocations story from our Called to Be resource we hear from Emilia. Emilia has a degree in motorsports and now works for a luxury car company. She reflects on the choices she has made working in a field that has contributed to projects she believes go against her faith.

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Called to Be: Vocations Resource

By SCM on 30 May 2022

The idea of vocation, within church contexts, is now mostly used to refer to becoming a church leader or religious minister. But it is so much broader; it is about our journey as disciples in whatever direction God is leading us. It is not only about what we do, but how we live and who we are called to be. 

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Antony and the Johnsons - Hope There's Someone

By Alana on 24 May 2022

For our next Everyday Theology blog, we discuss the fear of death and judgement according to scripture and some of society. 

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More in Common? Culture wars, Populism and the Prime Minister

By SCM on 23 May 2022

Britain may be less divided than we think…

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Pure exhaustion: the Queer Christian Experience

By SCM on 16 May 2022

SCM member Honey Harrop shares their experience as a Queer Christian.

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Leymah Gbowee (and the women of Liberia) – A Life Lived Through Faith in Action

By Lizzy on 16 May 2022

To mark the International Day of Living Together in Peace on May 16th, Lizzy reflects on the incredible work of Liberian peace activists and peacemaker Leymah Gbowee, who, along with her fellow Liberian women, put her faith into action and helped to achieve peace after 14 years of civil war.

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Dietrich Bonhoeffer: The Martyr

By Alana on 11 May 2022

Dietrich Bonhoeffer is one of the most recognised names belonging to the Nazi resistance. Accused of helping to plan a failed assassination plot, Bonhoeffer was executed. Is he a martyr? 

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These Are Our Bodies Too: Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Explained

By SCM on 5 May 2022

What’s at stake in the Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization case and what could the consequences be for women’s rights in America? 

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