Nay and friends blog here on community and relationships in a COVID world.

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Bunny rabbits, chocolates and the cross – how to communicate what Easter is really about

Over last few months community trails and activities have been popping up across the UK. These have brought people together and have encouraged a warm community spirit. Running a Nativity trail was straight forward, but Easter feels a little tricky. Due to the current situation, its hard to tell what level of restrictions we’ll haveContinue reading “Bunny rabbits, chocolates and the cross – how to communicate what Easter is really about”

Events that communicate goodness, beauty and truth – it starts with the invite

Are you are getting bored of meeting online? Wondering how to inject new life into your gatherings? In my line of work I help students and staff across Europe communicate the good news of Jesus Christ. We often run online topical events gathering people from a diverse background. But is there any point in runningContinue reading “Events that communicate goodness, beauty and truth – it starts with the invite”

Curious stories can be given with a gospel and a gift to a friend. Have a look here for the rest of the story…

2 thoughts on “Nay and friends blog here on community and relationships in a COVID world.

  1. May I ask is it ok to use Spotify karaoke over Zoom to conduct our church’s carolling. All songs will be more than 70 years old, so there should be no copyright issues, correct? Your kind advice will be much appreciated.

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