All Things Lawful and Honest
“All Things Lawful and Honest” seeks to make informed, reasoned, and theological comment on the present state of the Church of England as we navigate a way through the Covid 19 crisis and beyond.
It can be assumed that the content of the blog is the output of ‘The Editors’ unless otherwise specified.
What we can learn from the pandemic about ministry with children and young people. In the first of two posts on children’s and youth ministry, Clare Williams highlights the importance of the domestic church, and indicates that poor provision for children and young people in church can all too easily be replicated in online worship.Continue reading “Seen and not heard?”
In our doing, are we in danger of becoming undone? The Archdeacon of Chichester questions the false dichotomy between ecclesiology and mission, and calls on the Church to rediscover in this time of upheaval that her being is grounded not in what she does, but in what God is doing with her and through her.Continue reading “Undone by doing”
Servants in the household of God? A deacon’s view of the Church and the pandemic. The Rev’d Alice Jolley considers the pandemic and lockdown from the perspective of a deacon anticipating ordination to the priesthood and asks what we learn from it about our Eucharistic identity. My ember cards have arrived from the printers. “Please prayContinue reading “Servants in the Household of God”