For the last 100-plus days we have been shut in our personal echo chambers with the voices in our own heads and houses. As we emerge from lockdown, Louise MacMillan wonders if we need to re-learn how to listen.
Covid-19 means we are living in a deeply unsettling time. Life for many is a suspended state of unknowns. We have found ourselves in an unprecedented, confined, season of waiting.
By Catherine Haddow
Where do you turn when the noise of your soul is overwhelming? Amanda Naves has been finding Job's experience instructive.
In days dominated by the ugly experience of isolation to try to flatten the death curve, Easter crashes gloriously in.
By Andrew Nicholls
A church is designed to be a place of community. How can we maintain that when we won’t be meeting together as usual in the coming weeks?
By Helen Thorne