Posts By: FoR
Review of We Will Not Fight performed by the UnderConstruction theatre company
Oxford, 19th May 2016
A disused courtroom in central Oxford reverted to its former role in May as Under Construction Theatre re-enacted… More >
“The relevance of the cross”
WOMBOURNE METHODIST CHURCH
For immediate publication
On Good Friday (25th March), thirty Christians from churches in Wombourne (in South Staffordshire) walked their witness to Christ. Starting from Wombourne… More >
Have you got a favourite prayer for peace? Please share it here and mention where you found it.
To start us off, the Beatitudes
Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom… More >
Remember all the victims of war, and wear a white poppy this year.
Order yours below. Suggested donation of £2 each (including p&p), then 80p for each additional poppy.
Steph Neville, an FoR member living in Birmingham, reports on her experiences resisting the arms trade this month.
On Tuesday 8th September, the second anniversary of Pope Francis’ denunciation of the evils of the arms… More >
A former Conservative Foreign secretary has just become the Chairman of a right-wing military think tank. William Hague was welcomed into the post at Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) earlier today. Peace activist have frequently… More >
Reverend Barbara Calvert is a Methodist minister and a member of FoR. During Lent, Barbara’s church, Chislehurst Methodist Church, displayed the Drones Quilt and it got her thinking…
Throughout the Lenten season we… More >
If you couldn’t make it to our centenary conference but want to hear what Rowan Williams said in his keynote address, then you’re in luck!
We recorded Rowan’s talk onto a dictaphone and it’s taken… More >
Stuck for inspiration this Shrove Tuesday? Look no further. We’ve created a little resource to help get your party started. We’ve pulled together a recipe, made a little quiz and even written a prayer just… More >
We rounded off our centenary last Saturday, 17th January, with a service to remember the witness of FoR members and supporters over the last 100 years and to give thanks to God for guidance and… More >