We have arranged a conference specifically for the Interfaith advocates from each of the URC Synods. It is at Swanwick, and the preferred dates so far are October 11th/12th (not yet beeked - we're taking a doodle vote). If you might be interested, let me have your e-mail address and I'll send you a booking form as soon as we have firmed the date.
Thanks for your note re Unity Post. I'm impressed with the way you are connecting with this new-fangled technology thing. I'm still struggling with the difference between comment, blog and discussion. But, eventually, it might just work... Clive
Hello Celia, I do not expect to be particularly active on this, but it is good to hear from old friends and to confirm that I am still around, even if 'retired'. I am glad to know of your current area of activity which is such an important one.
Sorry for the delay, there was no hesitation to add you to my modest list of friends on this website, but I had not visited the website since before you left your friend request. Almost six months! where did that time go?
Having signed up for this, I have hardly looked at it. Sorry not to have noticed your message posted months ago. It's good to hear from you, Celia. Yes, I am well and now retired - though still with plenty to do.
Just to let you know that I am pratying for the holy Catholic Church in communion with the see of Rome. May God bless and purify the Church, renewing its life and appointing the human leadership which is God's own choice.
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