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November 29, 2012 @ 7:34 pm

Caffeine for the Soul, launch address for the Host Cafe by Peter Owen Jones

On the 27th November 2012, the Moot Community of the Guild Church of St Mary Aldermary launched the Host Cafe to a gathering of supporters, city workers, clergy and journalists. Amongst the festivities, Peter Owen Jones gave a short address on the theme of 'Caffeine for the Soul'. Peter is a well known BBC TV Presenter exploring the interface of religion, spirituality and contemporary culture.

The act of living is so much bigger in every dimension than we have realised. Living as a soul is about living a radical alternative life of gift, which means you feel the effects of yourself on others, and love is the greater of that experience of being. You can only communicate life by being love. The healing from status, the poverty of wealth, the loneliness of luxury, the impermenance of our physicality, but it is earthed in giving, and it is earthed in being.

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November 9, 2012 @ 4:02 am

Ian Mobsby: birthing a new monastic missional community in Central London

In this podcast, Ian Mobsby addresses a gathering in Lambeth Palace before the Archbishop of Canterbury and invited guests from traditional and new communities to explore his experiences in forming the Moot Community. This podcast was recorded at a gathering to promote the work of the Anglican Religious Communities Charitable Trust set up to support new innovation of the religious life in mission and community in the Church of England and beyond.  Without the generous support of this trust, the Diocese of London and the Trust for London, the Moot Community would not have been formed or sustained in the start-up phase of its life. mobile podcastsmoot podcast archive | subscribe to podcasts in itunessubscribing to podcasts through RSS feedother podcast subscribingpodcast player for your site

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November 2, 2012 @ 5:51 am

Rowan Williams: the place of the religious life in the Church in its new and traditional forms

At a recent gathering at Lambeth Palace, Rowan Williams the Archbishop of Canterbury gave this address about exploring the role and place of religious communities in the Church of England. This podcast was recorded at a gathering to promote the work of the Anglican Religious Communities Charitable Trust set up to support new innovation of the religious life in mission and community in the Church of England and beyond.

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