on a tangent…

I spent last weekend at The Mill retreat centre with a pretty special bunch of people. It was Fusion’s National Conference. Right now we are in a period of unprecedented transition as we mark the end of the first 10 years of our journey in the UK, release key members of our leadership team into... Continue Reading →

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I have a dream

Who am I? My name is Claire and I am part of an organisation called Fusion. Ah yes, you work with university students!! No, not that Fusion, we are Fusion Youth and Community, we’ve been going for about 50 years….. We are a registered charity working with disadvantaged children and young people to see them... Continue Reading →

Capital ‘H’

I recently visited a friend’s church and heard a sermon about hope. It was helpful, not because I agreed with everything I heard but it put me to work to better understand and articulate for myself what Hope is about. I realise that once again our English language and western idiom may have cast shadows... Continue Reading →

three days alive

The task was to locate and articulate the dream that would take us through the next 2 decades. After a pilgrimage of training, mission and reflection in the summer, followed a couple of months later by a week of ‘Foundations for life and mission’, we had three days together. We weren’t harnessing just any dream,... Continue Reading →

welcome home claire!

After a four month silence, I am back! Since I last wrote I have been part of Fusion’s Annual British Pilgrimage of Hope, attended an International Forum, moved house, purchased a new EOS camera, helped run a one week intensive on personal and community transformation, and started developing a new training program for community development... Continue Reading →

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