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The Antidote to Uncertainty

Today’s Cinnamon Bite comes from Matt Bird’s Saturday column in the Times (Saturday, July 2), in which he addresses some of the uncertainties arising from recent political events.   The outcome of the EU Referendum, whether you voted leave or remain, means that we are all feeling more uncertain, vulnerable and insecure than we did ten […]

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Between Good Friday and Easter Sunday

For this week’s Cinnamon Bite, we reproduce the article by Cinnamon Founder Matt Bird from The Times newspaper, Saturday March 27. Louise was one of my best friends. Lovely, loving, and loyal. She was a beautiful person inside and out. I knew she was unwell but I never realised how unwell until one day, I received […]

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The Bible gives us a model for ending extreme poverty

For this week’s Cinnamon Bite, we reproduce the Credo article by Matt Bird from The Times newspaper, Saturday Sept 26. Yesterday, world leaders met at the United Nations in New York and committed to The Global Goals for Sustainable Development which, among other things, aim to end extreme poverty, and fight inequality and injustice within […]

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The Archbishop’s Speech

Today’s blog is a one-off special, the text of the speech which the Archbishop of Canterbury Most Rev Justin Welby made at the launch of the Cinnamon Faith Action Audit, 2015.  “It’s quite embarrassing coming up on an occasion like this, because I sort of do the decorative bit, but the people who really do the […]

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