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“The Big Bang” of the Church

“The Big Bang” of the Church

The Archbishop of Canterbury says the Holy Spirit “gives us a love for the world around us, and the capacity to both speak and act in a way that is revolutionary,” in a short film produced by Lambeth Palace and released two days before Pentecost.

Archbishop Justin adds that the Holy Spirit “draws Christians from very different background and tradition together, in a body that loves one another”.

Alongside the Archbishop, the film features Joel Edwards, international director of Micah Challenge, the Revd Jan McFarlane, Archdeacon of Norwich, and Holy Trinity Brompton’s Hayley Bisosfky, who works with women who have been victims of sex trafficking.


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