Church on the Margins: video reflections

These reflections on what it means to be a church on the margins were shared to open our weekly online discussions.

Being a Church on the Margins in a time of Coronavirus (2 April 2020)

Carmel Murphy Elliott, Urban Life, Manchester (with an introduction to the series from Niall Cooper)

Suffering and Solidarity (9 April, Maundy Thursday)

Deirdre Brower Latz, Nazarene Theological College, Manchester

Prophetic Imagination (16 April 2020)

Urzula Glienecke, Greyfriars, Edinburgh

Who is my neighbour? The walkable parish (23 April 2020)

Chris Lawrence, InnerCHANGE, East Harlem, New York City

Where are the margins? (30 April 2020)

Stef Benstead, Manchester

You can’t eat the view

Reflecting together, 21 May: inhabiting the public realm in the midst of lockdown

Book review: Bread of Life in Broken Britain

Staying connected: 3 stories from Sheffield

Gathering on the Margins – 26 May

You Can’t Eat the View

How a few photos from 2008 still undermine attempts to tackle UK poverty

New wine, new wineskins part 3: What needs to change?

Gathering on the Margins, 19 May: Building back better?

New wine, new wineskins part 2: What does our faith tell us?

You can’t eat the view

Reflecting together, 21 May: inhabiting the public realm in the midst of lockdown

Book review: Bread of Life in Broken Britain