Monthly Archives: October 2012

(How) does God matter to you?

From cheers to jeers to plain old ‘meh’, everyone seems to have some kind of view or question about God. What’s yours? The German theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer, whose faith led him to resist the Nazis, and who paid for it … Continue reading

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Exploring ‘the New Monasticism’

CLiC is delighted to announce an evening event on Sunday 11 November 2012. Full details below. In recent years many people in different countries, denominations and faith communities have begun to feel a growing desire to learn something of the … Continue reading

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CLiC launches with wine, food and a song

Many thanks to all who came along to the ‘First Supper’ yesterday (Sunday 7 October) to celebrate the launch of the Centre for Living Christianity in Edinburgh. Over 50 people turned up to hear about CLiC, meet one another, enjoy … Continue reading

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Your invitation to the First Supper!

The new Centre for Living Christianity, dubbed CLiC for short, is starting up in Edinburgh this weekend with an informal social event reflecting its “relaxed but thoughtful” approach to exploring religious faith in a sceptical age. CLiC’s ‘First Supper’, from … Continue reading

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Announcing CLiC

The Centre for Living Christianity is beginning operations this weekend, with the First Supper social event at Hendersons Cafe at St John’s. It has also been publicised here on AllMediaScotland. CLiC will have its main base at St John’s, a … Continue reading

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Faith in Film

A discussion of issues of faith and life explored through film – either DVD or cinema. Dates to be arranged. Cost £5. To express interest, please email: Donald Reid

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Moving beyond ‘organised religion’

New date being negotiated. Many people today feel an instant disconnect or disinterest in ‘institutional’ or ‘organised’ religion. There is a sense abroad that faith, not least Christian faith, has been turned into a self-perpetuating bureaucracy which operates out of … Continue reading

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