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🥗 What’s for dinner?🍲 Hungry? Well, this won’t help, but take a look at what we’re cooking up in The Table this year 🍜http://bit.ly/gb19Table #gb19 #WitAndWisdom 😄🤔

Appetite-whetting names for The Table – Greenbelt

After its triumphant debut at Greenbelt 2018, we're greedily anticipating the return of The Table, our food demo venue, to Greenbelt this summer. Fondly nick-named 'The Shark' last year, the gaping, jaw-like invite of the beautiful saddle-span tent in which we host the programme is back once again.

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On this most vexed of days of remembrance, in this, the strangest of times, let's take a walk through modern-day Palestine with investigative journalist Bidisha as she describes the lockdown that is occupation.

"I will write down what I see. No more and no less."

WRITING A PATH THROUGH PALESTINE
Bidisha
Listen here: bit.ly/gbtalksBidishaPal
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On this most vexed of days of remembrance, in this, the strangest of times, lets take a walk through modern-day Palestine with investigative journalist Bidisha as she describes the lockdown that is occupation.

I will write down what I see. No more and no less.

WRITING A PATH THROUGH PALESTINE
Bidisha
Listen here: http://bit.ly/gbtalksBidishaPal

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I've actually been here it's on the wall around Bethlehem Very thought provoking images

I suppose on Jewish passover it would be oppression in Palestine and not one of the other many areas of oppression in the world

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Describing herself as an "expert by experience", artist Bobby Baker speaks honestly and openly about her own mental health and asks why we seem to be so embarrassed to share our stories when one in four of us will experience some form of mental distress.

In the second featured archive talk in our series during #StressAwarenessMonth and as we learn to live with loss and lockdown, we hope Bobby’s candour and comedy is helpful.

“We must find ways to talk about this. And laugh about it, too, sometimes."

Listen here: bit.ly/gbtalk-we-need-to-talk
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Discover more about Stress Awareness Month here: stressawarenessmonth.com
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Describing herself as an expert by experience, artist Bobby Baker speaks honestly and openly about her own mental health and asks why we seem to be so embarrassed to share our stories when one in four of us will experience some form of mental distress.

In the second featured archive talk in our series during #StressAwarenessMonth and as we learn to live with loss and lockdown, we hope Bobby’s candour and comedy is helpful.

“We must find ways to talk about this. And laugh about it, too, sometimes.

Listen here: https://bit.ly/gbtalk-we-need-to-talk
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Discover more about Stress Awareness Month here: https://stressawarenessmonth.com

2 days ago

Greenbelt Festival

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

5 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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