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Right thing, wrong place The Labyrinth fails to draw the crowds at Glastonbury Festival. Why? [July 2002 for Ship of Fools] London Eye Prayer You can see for 20 miles all around on the London Eye, so where better to pray over the city? [June 2002 for Ship of Fools] Inside the stained glass window Visions, York, Easter Saturday 2002. [April 2002 for Ship of Fools] How far is too far? Are Vaux just taking the piss? [February 2002 for Ship of Fools] Church without commitment If church were just a good night out, would you pay to get in? [January 2002 for Ship of Fools] Bring back the pews (not) The Greenbelt festival: which groups were there, what did they do, and can we now ditch the stylistic trappings? [September 2001 for Ship of Fools] The church as sensual otherworld Church buildings used to be heavenly spaces, but the stained glass has been outshone by television... [August 2001 for Ship of Fools] All-age alternative worship in Bristol When Bristol's Third Sunday Service moved churches, the age-range expanded to encompass 9-87 year-olds... [July 2001 for Ship of Fools] Good vibrations Welcome to Global Lounge, "an afternoon of sofas, music, performance, community and edutainment," in London's Brick Lane. [June 2001 for Ship of Fools] Anarchy in the USA A report on the Epicenter/Tribal Generation event in Austin, Texas, complete with the Senses Lab and Luscious Room. [April 2001 for Ship of Fools] Straying from the path Someone wants to adapt your idea but ends up subverting it. A labyrinth event in Nottingham raises uncomfortable issues. [March 2001 for Ship of Fools] The word of life and the power of love celebrating the power of love at Christmas with Host, Hackney, London. [January 2001 for Ship of Fools] A little child will lead them Turning life and worship upside down at Vaux in south London. [November 2000 for Ship of Fools] Photocopy your face for Jesus How a cold photocopier became a place of encounter with God. [October 2000 for Ship of Fools]

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