New Archdeacon of Harlow

Martin Webster (right) with Bishop John Gladwin and Chris Newlands following tonight’s service Commission For Mission member Revd. Canon Martin Webster was tonight collated and installed as Archdeacon of Harlow in a service held at Chelmsford Cathedral. Martin has served in the Archdeaconry of Harlow for the last twenty three years, where he was most […]

Newsletter No. 3 – August 2009

West Ham Festival exhibition Three exhibitions at three FestivalsOur first three exhibitions were held within a three month period as part of the Pentecost, West Ham and Leytonstone Festivals. Exhibiting artists included: Harvey Bradley, Anne Creasey, Michael J. Creasey, Jonathan Evens, David Hawkins, Rosalind Hore, Henry Shelton, Peter Shorer, Joy Rousell Stone and Peter Webb. […]

Spirituality – the heartbeat of Art? (3)

In the third presentation from the Art & Spirituality networking evening at St Andrews Leytonstone, where three artists addressed the question ‘Spirituality – the heartbeat of Art?’, Mark Lewis speaks about spirituality in art as a sense of aliveness: “I have taken something of a comparative approach and a very personal outlook on art and […]

A reconciling vision

Henry Shelton greets Father Steven on behalf of Commission For Mission Father Steven with a representative from the local Mosque The Igorot community singing ‘Dios Ama Sika Langwa’ Tonight was a celebration of new ministry for Commission For Mission committee member Father Steven Saxby as he was licensed by Bishop David, Commission for Mission’s Patron, […]

Spirituality – the heartbeat of Art? (2)

‘The Baptism of Jesus’ A Church Holiday Club set ‘Jesus in the Garden’ Rosalind Hore In the second presentation from the Art & Spirituality networking evening at St Andrews Leytonstone, where three artists addressed the question ‘Spirituality – the heartbeat of Art?’, Rosalind Hore speaks about her work as the exaggeration of emotion: Rosalind began […]