I’ve just been to Watts in Westminster to buy my first cassock alb, which is a generous leaving present from St. Christopher’s. I found Watts tucked away behind Westminster Abbey and was welcomed by a tailor. I took off my denim jacket and hoodie and was promptly measured up, before an alb was popped over my … Continue reading A new cassock alb
I was lucky enough to go to a fantastic conference, ‘God in the Concrete’ today, a gathering of Think Tanks who have been talking about about enabling churches to become safe places and sanctuaries for young people once more. It was inspiring to hear Sam Wells apply his book The Nazareth Manifesto to the theology … Continue reading God in the Concrete
Today was one of the last full days off that I’ll have in London before leaving in a few weeks and I spent it having something of a quiet day. I usually try to spend one day a month in Epping Forest – a place a bit like a sanctuary that can be reached on … Continue reading Broken – Sean Bean’s lessons for the C of E?