Mission with People who are Spiritual but not Religious
Talks, interviews and resource recommendations from our day conference on Mission with People who are Spiritual but not Religious in July 2018.
Books reviewed include Paul Cudby’s The Shaken Path and Shaw and Burrows’ Traditional Ritual as Christian Worship.
Space to breathe
Nicky Redsell outlines how spirituality can be engaged in a workplace context to encourage greater team collaboration and improve mental and physical health.
The role of myth and imagination
Matt Arnold draws on Tolkien, Lewis, Jesus and Paul as he helpfully brings together the need for imagination and myth in apologetics for a world captivated by story.
Paul Cudby is reframing Christian community with The Arden Forest Church to model a new style of leadership and recognise people’s spiritual connection to nature.
Being among people as ourselves
Emma Moreton reflects on decades of life spent bridging the gulf between “religious” and “spiritual” and one astonishing event at Stonehenge.
Perspectives from Glastonbury
Diana Greenfield, ordained pioneer in Glastonbury, shares stories from her role as ordained pioneer in Glastonbury including people’s interest in “Christ consciousness”.
Engaging in mission with the “spiritual not religious”
Ian Mobsby on the importance of the experiential for the SNR, which he roots in Trinitarian and Incarnational theology, and shares his experience of spirituality dialogue groups.
Trapped between the spiritual and the religious
Pastor Phil Wyman from Salem, Massachusetts, highlights the tension that exists between the old sensibilities and new ways of thinking and being.