Category Archives: Anna Norman-Walker

Who Speaks for Anglican Evangelicals?

by the Revd Canon Anna Norman-Walker, Rector of Streatham and past Member of General Synod Last week I found my prejudices deeply challenged. I had been rather surprised to be invited to lead a session for first year Ordinands at … Continue reading

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Windrush & Rudd: When “They” Are “Us”!

by the Revd Canon Anna Norman-Walker, Rector of Streatham and past member of General Synod ‘We welcome you into the fellowship of faith;  we are children of the same heavenly Father; we welcome you’ Words that we said with great joy … Continue reading

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Is There Life for the Church After IICSA?

by the Revd Canon Anna Norman-Walker, Rector of Streatham and past member of General Synod Perhaps Holy Week is the perfect time for the Church to be putting its beliefs to the test. Death happens and with it the all-important … Continue reading

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Disgrace by Association

by the Revd Canon Anna Norman-Walker, Rector of Streatham and past member of General Synod On Saturday morning a couple of weeks ago the Diocesan Bishop called, he lives in my Parish and invited me to accompany him on a visit … Continue reading

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“Spiritual Abuse” – A Pandora’s Box?

by the Revd Canon Anna Norman-Walker, Rector of Streatham and past member of General Synod In Greek mythology Pandora is created by Zeus and given as a wedding gift to the brother of his enemy Prometheus along with a jar … Continue reading

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