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“Might this culture of publicly saying ‘thank you’ be something that remains once COVID-19 passes. What would our world look like if such grateful messages endure beyond this time,” says Bishop John Roundhill on a new culture of gratitude he has seen emerging

"It was wonderful seeing diverse parishioners join in with their family members and friends during the trivia evening, as people gathered in front of computer screens in studies or around smart TVs in living rooms, with snacks and drinks at hand"
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How to host a Zoom trivia night

“It was wonderful seeing diverse parishioners join in with their family members and friends during the trivia evening, as people gathered in front of computer screens in studies or around smart TVs in living rooms,” says The Rev’d Charlie Lacey from Resource Church St Andrew’s, Springfield, who also offers helpful tips and quiz resources for parishes keen to hold their own Zoom trivia nights

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Zoom Church: discoveries and tips

I am getting more positive feedback about church now than in all of my 20 years of ministry put together. People love the fact that they can say the familiar words, see their friends and sing their hearts out. It’s a bit of normality in the midst of the strange new world we now inhabit,” says The Rev’d Dr Cathy Laufer

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World Labyrinth Day: walking alone, but together in spirit

“For those of us who are spending much more time at home than usual, we can build resilience and care for ourselves through meditation and prayer – labyrinth meditation is one particularly helpful approach,” say Randal and Susan Dennings from St Matthew’s, Holland Park, as World Labyrinth Day approaches on 2 May