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Coronavirus Advice Webinar: The church gathered and scattered 


Rev Prof Paul Fiddes from Regent's Park College will be exploring what it means to be  church when we cannot physically gather. How can we embody Christ when our contact with each other and our community is virtual? Paul will be joined by two other contributors. Rev Dr. Sally Nelson, who oversees Baptist Ministerial Formation at St. Hild College, will reflect on what it means for the church to suddenly find themselves less 'able-bodied'. And Prof Anthony Reddie from Regent's Park College will reflect on the way our current restrictions affect BAME congregations and the solidarity they usually derive from physically gathering.   
 
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