Our cover illustrations in 2004 will aim, in pictures, to show the beauty and diversity of churches which go to make up our constituency.
We begin with a view of the screen and chancel of St Augustine Kilburn [Chancel 1872, nave 1877, spire and tower 1897-1898] The work of J.L. Pearson, the interior of St Augustine's, with its ambulatory set within the piers of the nave, is said to have been influenced by the Cathedrale de Sainte Cecile, Albi, Midi-Pyrenees.
Says Basil Clarke [Church Builders of the Nineteenth Century']: The chancel suffers from an excess of ornamentation, and is less successful than many of Pearson's; he did better work when he had less money to spend'. That Clarke's is a tragic misjudgement is clear to anyone who has worshipped in St Augustine's.
their own write
Letters and press released from the worldwide Church
John Hind reflects on the ecumenical conclusions from some recent events
of the ARC
Geoffrey Kirk reflects on tne meaning of recent ecumenical events.
Nicholas Turner looks for something better than the bishops' discussion document
Ghostly Counsel by Andy Hawes
John Richardson returns to origins and ends
if they say NO?
Patterns of Epiphany
John Ryder explores the demands of compassion
Hugh Baker reflects on the purpose of worship
of the Day
Anne Gardom on the merits of a good old-fashioned hanging
Patrick Henry Reardon on an unusual relationship
is a Saint?
John Hunwicke reviews the Canendar Girls (and boys)
am what I am
Christina Odone encourges Christians boldly to affirm their faith
Faith of our Fathers
The Holy Scriptures
They Quit – Part Two
Francis Gardom on Tweenage apostasy
JR – a Centre of Excellence
Way We Live Now
Excerpts from a letter delivered to Bishop Michael Curry by a number of priests in the Diocese of North Carolina
Accuracy and Beauty
Cornwall, Compostela, Cologne, East Anglia
It is the biblical understanding of persons that is at issue
George Austin asks an unoriginal question
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