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Accommodation is not Guidance

On Tuesday 11th December the House of Bishops published ‘Pastoral Guidance for use in conjunction with the Affirmation of Baptismal Faith in the context of gender transition.’ Whilst sharing the desire to show pastoral care, the content of the Guidance causes me deep concern and I support the request from the Bishops of the Society

Visit to All Nations College

Rod visited All Nations College on 29th Oct to meet staff and students and find out about the programmes on offer. He is pictured in the All Nations dining room with the Vice-Principal, The Rev Dr VJ Samkutty. The photograph was taken by the Principal, Andy Dipper.

ReNew Conference 2018, continued

Rod spoke on ‘Being Anglican within the Church of England as part of a session entitled: What Makes us Anglican. He shared the stage with Bishop Andy Lines, Anglican Mission in England and Archbishop Peter Jensen – former Archbishop of Sydney, Australia. Rod is pictured here with Peter Jensen.

Rod Thomas attended the ReNew conference, 17 and 18 Sept

Rod spoke on ‘Being Anglican within the Church of England as part of a session entitled: What Makes us Anglican. He shared the stage with Bishop Andy Lines, Anglican Mission in England and Archbishop Peter Jensen – former Archbishop of Sydney, Australia. Rod is pictured here with Andy Lines.

New Wine United 2018

While at New Wine, Rod had many useful networking opportunities.  He is pictured here with John Dunnett, General Director of CPAS at the CPAS stand.

New Wine United 2018

Rod is visiting the New Wine gathering today.  As well as joining worship and teaching sessions he will be meeting with Paul Harcourt, National Leader for New Wine United.  Pictured is the morning celebration in the main arena, attended by 7,000 people.

Visit to John Keble Church, Mill Hill

On July 15th Rod visit John Keble Church for their summer festival.  He preached on John 9:1-9 and 35-41. After the service  a family barbeque was enjoyed by all. Rod is pictured here with Simon Rowbory, the incumbent, and his family.

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