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Science and faith meet

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Sandy Brodine talks about developing the practice of ‘wondering questions’ and curating safe and inclusive spaces for people of all ages to wrestle and engage with the big questions of faith and of life.

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Staying safe and praying safe

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To meet for prayer and fellowship has always been a significant part of Christian community. Now that we are gathering online and through digital mediums it is important that we explore the nuances of prayer in the online space. A…

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Forty days and 40 prompts

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Being able to digitally connect with our communities is not only helpful for communication, but also can be another way to engage our community in spiritual practices. Lent gives us an opportunity to take up a faith practice for 40…

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New year, new beginning

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This past year has seen Chris Phillips develop a new digital book club: Progressive Pages. Out of a desire to create ‘a space for people to dig deeper into Christianity’, Chris thought a book club could be a perfect way…

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What’s up with WhatsApp?


Staying connected with parents, leaders or just the church community has always been important. Navigating the world of online communication is still a daunting task, however, many communities are using WhatsApp as a simple way to build and connect community.…

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You, me, Christmas and the internet

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This year the Revised Common Lectionary has us exploring the Christmas story found in the Gospel of Luke, particularly looking at Luke 2:1-14, verses 8-14 which go something like this: 8 The Shepherds were not at Jesus’ birth as they were…

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Child safety and Christmas pageants

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The countdown to Christmas has begun, and the storytelling, pageants, nativity plays, and stage shows are around the corner. These are great opportunities for the children in our communities to be seen up the front, participating in the retelling of…

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Parental guide to digital safety

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By Kelly Skilton The internet is full of the fun, creative and joyous memes, videos and dances, however, it is also full of the scary, adult-only and dangerous corners of the dark web … so where do you start when…

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Holistic digital practices

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By Kelly Skilton When reading The Gospel reading from the RCL this week, I was left with the question, ‘How are you to give to God what belongs to God in the digital world?’ Often people are so easy to…

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