Why a trip to Bremen is the perfect fairytale setting

Why a trip to Bremen is the perfect fairytale setting

    By Peter May Located in the North of Germany, with half a million inhabitants as well as being the 10th biggest city in Germany, Bremen may not be as popular in comparison with its sibling cities Berlin and Hamburg but it more than ticks the right boxes for a long weekend break. This […]

Spring Harvest continues to reach out to families

Spring Harvest continues to reach out to families

By Chris Sugden Spring Harvest 2016 at Minehead focused on Gamechangers – challenging its 4,500-5,000 people to make an impact in their world. It took place just across the Bristol channel from and within site of the Port Talbot Steelworks. Spring Harvest’s prime focus is on adults with children, from toddlers to teenagers with lots […]

The growth in interest in pilgrimages

The growth in interest in pilgrimages

The United Nations World Tourism Organisation now puts the annual number of tourists making a journey to destination sites holy to their religion at 330 million — that is nearly one-third of all “leisure” travel worldwide. Big business for airlines, for those providing accommodation, and for travel companies. The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) […]

The spirit of New Wine

The spirit of New Wine

New Wine is a movement of churches working together to see the nation changed through Christians experiencing the joy of worshipping God, the freedom of following Jesus, and the power of being filled with the Spirit. Our United National Gatherings in Shepton Mallet, Somerset are happening 23-29 July (Week 1) and 31 July – 6 […]

Summer of spirituality

Summer of spirituality

The Big Church Day Out this year features ‘Jesus Culture’, the ‘Kingdom Come Collective’ worship music leader, Matt Redman and rock, hip hop, pop fusion singer, Toby Mac. The line up across the weekend festival (28/29 May) is extensive, with a music focus, and has something for every taste. Try Salvation Army band, ‘Salvation Brass’, […]

Celebrating Celtic Art

Celebrating Celtic Art

Celts: Art and Identity Exhibition at British Museum until 31 January 2016   Towering field crosses, weird statues from 5th-century BC Germany, striking bronze flagons from France, the Iron Age ‘Battersea Shield’ found in the Thames, intricately wrought gold jewellery, horned helmets and mediaeval illuminated Gospels are among the splendid array of significant treasures featured […]

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