January Magazine 2020

In this issue on Re-invention, we are looking at ways we can shake things up in the Church. Former bishop Don Phillips offers some thoughts on re-inventing worship, and Michelle Owens from the Centre for Christian Studies challenges us to re-invent our relationships. We will also follow up with the six pilgrims from St. Margaret’s who walked the Camino de Santiago last May.

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