Trushare Files  No. 105



 February 2004




Our cover illustration is of St Mark’s, Chadderton, Oldham. The church was consecrated in 1963, the work of George Pace. Pevsner commented : ‘One must leave it to Mr Pace – he is always fresh and never afraid of experiment. And he does not follow all the latest fashions.’ Pace was FRIBA and worked on a number of interesting commissions including the chapel of Scargill House, near Kettlewell, in the Yorkshire Dales and the George VI Memorial Chapel at St George’s Windsor. His work is celebrated in the lavishly illustrated book by his son, Peter (Batsford, 1990)


The Gem at the Heart
Hugh Baker on the land of Wenceslas and Jus

Your Life in their Hands
Phyllis Bowman on the growing power of the death lobby

Inside Outed
Francis Gardom examines the implications of Inclusive Church

Geoffrey Kirk on which way to turn

Ghostly Council by Andy Hawes

Not big, and not clever
John Richardson looks at the arguments of Jeffrey John

Acts of Eternity

Man United by GK

Anglican Identities
Arthur Middleton looks at the origins of the Anglican Communion

Too fond of sausages by NT

The Soane Ranger
Anne Gardom's serendipital mid-London experience

A Word in three Voices
Patrick Henry Reardon on the texture of Scripture

The Colenso Affair
Rodney Schofield launches our series on parts of the Anglican Communion

New Year... resolutions
Robbie Low on past imperfect, present tense and future imperative

Faith of our Fathers
Gracious and Glorious Love

30 Days

The Way We Live Now
Zurich on the Equator

Synod Insider
Gerry O'Brien and the case of the pricey prelates

Letter from America
Mending the Net

Letter from Australia
The End of an Error

Book Reviews

Light in our Darkness
A Guild of All Souls initiative

Media Watch

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