Journey with the Church at Carrs Lane
Journey is the magazine of The Church at Carrs Lane, published between two and 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 email@example.com if you want to access these resources.
Autumn 2022 issue
This issue includes a welcome to our new minister, Rev Sue Shortman, who arrived on 1 September, a farewell to Rev Dr Neil Johnson who moved to a new position in August 2022, a eulogy for church member Thelma Justham by Revd Diana Cullum-Hall, an article by Chris Avis entitled When Words Fail and a travelogue – Resurrection Recycling – by Julie Grove.
Spring 2022 issue
This issue looks at the theme of Journeying and includes articles on: Christian Aid Week 15-21 May 2022, The Hope for the World (anniversary address); Knowing and being known (sermon); The Power of Music; Walking English Trails; Traidcraft, The Birmingham Charter & more!
Winter 2021 issue
This issue includes a pastoral letter on the Advent theme of Hope; neuro diversity as a strength for churches; perspectives on inclusion; Traidcraft update & Advent services
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.
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.
Winter Issue: Waiting, Accepting, Journeying
Autumn Issue: We hold on to Hope
Summer 2020: Covid 19
Spring 2020: Lent
The 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.