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A Grammy-award-winning bluesman and one-time Oakland street hustler, amazing Negrito has been most things in his life – from a would-be pop-star to a gardener. Seemingly with more lives than a cat, he comes to Greenbelt at the height of his incendiary powers – a righteous rocker tapping back into his religious roots and connecting them with his present-day political anger to make an sound and a live show that is just jaw-dropping and infectiously hopeful. Greenbelt, get ready to welcome Bernie Sanders’ very own go-to artist, amazing Negrito
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4 hours ago

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Our main festival partner Christian Aid can’t fundraise door-to-door this Christian Aid Week, but #CAWeek is not cancelled!

Like many of the churches taking their worship online, Christian Aid are working on some exciting digital fundraisers that they invite you to take part in if you can. bit.ly/gb-caweek
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Our main festival partner Christian Aid can’t fundraise door-to-door this Christian Aid Week, but #CAWeek is not cancelled!

Like many of the churches taking their worship online, Christian Aid are working on some exciting digital fundraisers that they invite you to take part in if you can. https://bit.ly/gb-caweek

4 days ago

Greenbelt Festival

As we stand at the entrance to Easter week, we’re delving into the Greenbelt archive to shed contemporary light and urgency on the old story.

First up, Palestinian liberation theologian Naim Ateek on reading the passion in another kind of lockdown – occupation. And rediscovering the suffering servant way of Jesus Christ through that lens.

"You can stand for justice without picking up the sword. You can live with integrity and faithfulness without walking the way of hypocrisy, deception or collaboration. You can be faithful to God without strict, closed, narrow religiosity."

SON OF DAVID, SUFFERING SERVANT
Naim Ateek
Listen here: bit.ly/gbtalk-suffering-servant

📸Looking over Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives
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As we stand at the entrance to Easter week, we’re delving into the Greenbelt archive to shed contemporary light and urgency on the old story. 

First up, Palestinian liberation theologian Naim Ateek on reading the passion in another kind of lockdown – occupation. And rediscovering the suffering servant way of Jesus Christ through that lens.

You can stand for justice without picking up the sword. You can live with integrity and faithfulness without walking the way of hypocrisy, deception or collaboration. You can be faithful to God without strict, closed, narrow religiosity.

SON OF DAVID, SUFFERING SERVANT
Naim Ateek
Listen here: bit.ly/gbtalk-suffering-servant

📸Looking over Jerusalem from the Mount of Olives

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Thank you But please : we stand at the beginning of Holy Week. Easter week starts next Sunday

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5 days ago

Greenbelt Festival

In this time of high stress and anxiety, it's okay to not be okay. Having to cope with isolation and distancing is weird. Losing loved ones to Covid-19 is overwhelming. Matt Haig's open and down-to-earth conversation about his own mental health from #GB15 might just help us all right now.

"We've been coy and embarrassed about talking about mental health. But this is an everybody issue."

REASONS TO STAY ALIVE
Matt Haig in conversation with Jo Wroe
Listen here: bit.ly/gbtalk-stay-alive

📸 Fiona Morris
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In this time of high stress and anxiety, its okay to not be okay. Having to cope with isolation and distancing is weird. Losing loved ones to Covid-19 is overwhelming. Matt Haigs open and down-to-earth conversation about his own mental health from #GB15 might just help us all right now.

Weve been coy and embarrassed about talking about mental health. But this is an everybody issue.

REASONS TO STAY ALIVE
Matt Haig in conversation with Jo Wroe
Listen here: http://bit.ly/gbtalk-stay-alive

📸 Fiona Morris

2 weeks ago

Greenbelt Festival

We hope you’re doing OK right now. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we wrestle with all the uncertainty at the moment - it means so much. This is where we are - you can also read this on our website at bit.ly/gbCOVID19update. Keep on believing people. Hold on, if you will, to that feeling. ...

We hope you’re doing OK right now. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we wrestle with all the uncertainty at the moment - it means so much. This is where we are - you can also read this on our website at http://bit.ly/gbCOVID19update. Keep on believing people. Hold on, if you will, to that feeling.

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Thanks xx I have not bought Tony ticket as waiting to see what is going to happen

Well done Greenbelt xx

I’m holding my breath!

Thank you Greenbelt. And if we have to roll it over keep the money. We want you to survive. Hoping still. But if not let's get the artists doing some things on line. In the big scheme of things it's about learning to love our neighbours and looking out for one another. Hugs to all the team still trying to make it happen.

Thanks Greenbelt! Beacons of hope like you make the world a better place! Keep my money and keep bringing more joy! ❤️

Thank you Greenbelt.

Helen Blake

Thank you very much for your honesty and for letting me know hopefully see each other at Greenbelt anyway at the end of August this year or if need be next year 😁

Excellently put GB! Here's to hope ❤️

roll it over GB if we need to do it next year that will be fine.

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