Journey Magazine

Journey with the Church at Carrs Lane

Journey is the magazine of The Church at Carrs Lane, published four times a year.

We hold an archive of past copies if you are interested in a previous issue. Issues since 2016 are available electronically as a PDF file. In addition, we have an archive of ‘The Carrs Lane Manual’ if you are interested in the history of the Church at Carrs Lane. Please contact clerk@carrslane.co.uk if you want to access these resources.

Summer 2021 issue:

Tributes to Margaret Cross, reflections about a Migrant Journey, news about Commitment for Life, Christian Aid and Fair Trade. Plus information about the Carrs Lane Lecture(s) in collaboration with the Progressive Christianity Network.

Read Journey as an online magazine

Download a PDF of the Summer 2021 issue of Journey

Spring 2021 Issue: Open to God, Open to Justice

The Spring issue is on the theme ‘Open to God, Open to Justice’ –  a time for courage, determination, action and hope.

Read Journey as an online magazine

Download a PDF of Spring 2021 Journey

Winter Issue: Waiting, Accepting, Journeying

The Winter issue looks at being in a time of waiting and isolation, yet still being together despite ‘distance’.

Download the PDF of Journey (Winter 2020)

Autumn Issue: We hold on to Hope

Cover image of Journey Autumn 2020 - celebrating Christmas 2019 with the community and guestsThe Autumn issue included reflections on living in a time of the coronavirus Covid-19! The issue included different perspectives on ‘Lockdown’ and stories of supporting others.

Summer 2020: Covid 19

The Summer issue was on the theme ‘We hold on to Hope’ and focused on living in a time of Covid-19. Different people

Spring 2020: Lent

Cover of the spring 2020 issue of Journey with an Easter lily photoThe Spring issue was on the theme of Lent, with articles on Working Positively Together, Reflections on Lent; The Church’s Golden Anniversary in its new building, Lent activities, the Eco Lent Challenge, Christian Aid, Fair Trade and Events. Download the Spring 2020 issue.