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July 28, 2008 @ 10:23 am

New Monasticism & Anglimergent

Mark McCleary completes a report exploring Church of the Apostles, (Sister Church to Moot) as an example of Anglimergent New Monasticism.  This podcast explores what this is about, including interviews with Karen Ward, Ian Mobsby and other members of Church of the Apostles.  For more information on New Monasticism, see info on the subgroup on Anglimergent here

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July 21, 2008 @ 9:58 am

Affluenza: how to get beyond consuming to try and fill your empty soul

Clare CatfordClare Catford, broadcaster, writer, theologian and member of the the Moot Community in London, explores the title ‘affluenza: how to get beyond consuming to try and fill your empty soul’.  Addiction is a very real issue in our contemporary culture, and one that needs careful thought and consideration from spiritual perspective. Clare draws on her own experience in dialogue with a number of scriptures from the Bible to explore this issue with some depth.  This homily is a re-recording of a homily given by Clare at a Moot alt.eucharist service in June 2008. The Moot Community read together the book ‘Affluenza’ by Oliver James.  Clare Catford has written a book entitled ‘addicted to love’  exploring the issue of addiction from a personal and spiritual perspective.  Clare will be speaking about her book and her experiences with addiction at this year's Greenbelt Festival in August 2008.

Affluenza & Addicted to Love

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July 13, 2008 @ 5:56 pm

Nurturing Baptism, Belonging & Nature

On the event of the first adult baptism in the Moot Community, Dorethe Rosenow gave a homily in our alt. eucharist service exploring the issue of baptism, being community drawing on the Trinity, faith, original blessing and nurting nature.  Dorethe draws on the experience of her family to explore these important issues.

In baptism it is God who names us in the name of the Creator, Redeemer and Companion.  It is God who initiates the relationship as a sign of original blessing, but where we as adults can make a choice whether to live in this gift.

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July 10, 2008 @ 7:03 pm

The becoming of G-d, interview with Ian Mobsby on his new book


In a new form of podcasting at Moot, Aaron Kennedy leads a new programme of interviews with a number of interesting and influential people involved at the interface between spirituality, politics, religion and contemporary culture. The first of these interviews kicks off with Ian Mobsby author, pastor and ordained priest, to explore why the Trinity is becoming an important basis for new forms of church seeking new/ancient forms of worship, mission and community in the 21st century.

For more information on the book, or to order a copy internationally please do click here. This interview explores how God modelled in Trinitarian persons inspires us to be an authentic Christian Spiritual community of persons, seeking to dig deep in culture that usually lives at the surface of things. All proceeds from book sales are ploughed back into the work of the Moot Community. Watch for Aaron's next interview.

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