Stage-Fright is a theatre company which explores the thin places between heaven and earth, life and art, faith and theatre.
Their latest piece is called ‘EPICS in moderation’
Stage-Fright presents a series of happenings that changed the world. Witness the epic heroes of ordinary life standing awkwardly beside the pompous demigods of history. A variety of vicissitudes boiled down into sweet sticky moments.
Soulscape empower young people to explore their own stories of faith, relationships and education, encouraging them to tell it their own way. To enable this they provide…
- Personal stories, opinions research, and a variety of Christian perspectives on a whole range of issues for them to question challenge and formulate.
Creative safe spaces and activities outside the pressures of life that connect with their soul and develop their spiritual literacy.
Positive contexts for reviewing the story of education and tools to help make positive choices.
Recently over 1000 children from across the Wokingham area have been part of the Mind the Gap project, helping children transition from primary to secondary school.
Soulscape’s purpose is to create space to explore life.
That means physical and mental space, purposely created in our schools, to go deeper than the superficial ‘stuff ‘ that bombards young people. Soulscape engages them in a much deeper conversation, that helps them search their soul in meaningful engaging ways. Helping them navigate the world in which they live and ask the big questions…
For more info visit their website http://soulscape.org.uk
CLIMATE CHANGE – GOD and US
Click below for the two presentations given at St John the Baptist Crowthorne by the Rev’d Dr Darrell Hannah, Rector of
All Saints Ascot Heath.
Climate Change, God and us – The Bible and the Environment
Climate change, God and us – The Challenge of Climate Change
Who’s Who in the Sonning Deanery
Area Dean: Revd Richard Lamey H: 0118 327 9116
W: 0118 979 2122. e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lay Chair: John Smith 0118 979 0948, M: 07789 290 996 john_jjsahotmail.com
Secretary: Bridget Crossley 01344 751456 bridget.crossleyweb-hq.com
Quinquennial Inspection Secretary: Michael Byrne
Ecumenical Representative: David Hare
Members of the Standing Committee: Revd Canon Julie Ramsbottom, John Smith, Revd Richard Lamey, Bridget Crossley, Gillian Gyenes, Pauline Humphreys, Judith Scott, Rev’d Catherine Vaughan, Sharon White.
Representatives on Diocesan Synod: Revd Piers Bickersteth, Gillian Gyenes, Revd Hannah Higginson, Martin Hughes, Geraldine Lea, Revd Canon Andrew Marsden, Judith Scott, John Smith.