September 2021 Gazette

Arlene Foster, former First Minister and leader of the DUP writes exclusively for our September issue, reflecting on her career in politics, and how her faith has guided her throughout.

Rev’d Stephen Farrell outlines the tragic case of the suicide of Fr Alan Griffin, and explores what lessons the Church of Ireland must take from his death.

We learn about the important work of the Anglican Centre in Rome from the Chair of its International Board, Bishop Michael Burrows, while Bishop Paul Colton talks about the decade of commemorations in his interview with Paul McFadden.

In her report on Climate Change, Lydia Monds of the Bishop’s Appeal explains why now is the time for action, and what we as congregations can to do help.

The devotional is from Rev’d Cathy Hallisey and there are all the usual features including Mothers’ Union reports, Liturgical Notes and Diocesan Focus.

All this and much more in your September Gazette.