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Movement 163: What Is Vocation?

Our long read article comes from Gill Frigerio, researcher in career development at the University of Warwick. She gives us lots of helpful ways to think about career, calling, and the difficulties of fitting together our work and our faith. Here is a small section of her insightful article – for the full piece head to Movement issue 163!

Movement 163: Sustainable Recipes

Our latest campaign focus is food justice, and this term we’re looking at how we can make our food more sustainable. Here, SCM member Patrick reflects on why he decided to make a sustainable swap from dairy milk to oat milk. Head to Issue 163 of Movement for his dairy free muffin recipe!

Movement 163: Interview - Ellen Loudon

Our interview for this issue was with Ellen Loudon, author of 12 Rules for Christian Activism: A Toolkit for Massive Change and Director of Social Justice for Liverpool Diocese. Here’s what she had to say about vocation, our theme for this issue – for the full interview, head to Movement Issue 163!

Movement 162: Revolutionary Gardening

Josh Grear reflects on the revolutionary act of growing food in a world where our food systems have become bound up with oppressive global power structures. For the full article, head to Movement issue 162.

Movement 162: Blackness, Queerness, and the Missio Dei

Augustine Ihm reflects on the intersection of his identities as a Black, Queer, Christian. To read the full article, see Movement issue 162.

Movement 162 Interview: Adriaan Van Klinken

Adriaan Van Klinken was interviewed by SCM member Josh House for the upcoming issue of Movement. In this excerpt Adriaan reflects on his conservative upbringing, and coming to terms with his identity as a gay christian. For the full interview, see Movement issue 162.

Created and Formed

SCM member Sebastian discusses identity in relation to gender and creation. 

Caring for Creation with Eco-Congregation Scotland

Gordon Hudson, manager of Eco-Congregation Scotland, speaks about what they do to help churches respond to environmental issues, and why they believe caring for creation is a key Christian task.

Reaching out to Students: An Interview with Sally Hitchiner

Reverend Sally Hitchiner is an Anglican priest and is currently the Coordinating Chaplain and Interfaith Advisor at Brunel University London. Here she speaks to us about her role as a chaplain, her passion for reaching students, and her love of fashion. The full version of this article originally appeared in Movement magazine issue 151.

My Favourite Theologian: Fr Kenneth Leech

Father Kenneth Leech (1939-2015)

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