November 6th, 2016
There’s a mystery about Miriam She is the woman of many faces and fascination with her continues more than two thousand years after her birth. Variously labelled saint and sinner, prostitute and preacher, temptress and teacher, disciple and demon-possessed, the woman the world knows as Mary Magdalene continues to be an enigma. Who was she?… Read more »
July 17th, 2016
Coming less than a week after the Referendum, we gathered against a backdrop of uncertainty, anxiety and tension, particularly raw in London. How refreshing then for the 40 or so people who came to St Stephen’s Walbrook to join a lively group of lay and ordained, men and women, young and old, gay and straight,… Read more »
June 19th, 2015
Recent publications that have sparked our interest, provoked new thought and captured our attention. In this edition: The Teenage Prayer Experiment Notebook, The Book of Uncommon Prayer, and Man-Made: Why So Few Women in Positions of Power?