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- Of life, laughter and liturgy . . . documents
- Fragments d'oecumenisme
- De Windhoek à Wittenberg
- Called to One Assembly ...
- Of life, laughter and liturgy . . .
- chanterpour toujours
|Introduction||My name is Jane Stranz. I was born and brought up in Britain and am an ordained minister of the United Reformed Church, a small non-conformist church. For over 10 years I worked as a parish minister in the Eglise Réformée de France in Dunkerque, Chambéry and Ferney-Voltaire. Fom July 2002 to October 2011 I led the language service of the World Council of Churches in Geneva. Currently I'm working on a two year mission on ecumenical relations, inter-religious dialogue and inter-cultural ministry with the Fédération Protestante de France based in Paris. It's going to be exciting and a steep learning curve. I'm married to Stephen Brown a journalist, researcher and theologian who works at Gobethics.net. Over the next two years we'll see how we manage a commuting marriage between Paris and Ferney Voltaire. Since 1999 I've been living with multiple sclerosis, sounds rather noble but really means I just live in denial and inject interferon b three times a week and count myself very lucky to live in a country with a great health care system.|
|Interests||Theology, ecumenism, liturgy, calligraphy, translation, cooking, reading, people, gardening, wine, psychology, origami, laughing|
|Favorite Books||The Poisonwood Bible, Fugitive Pieces, Pride and Prejudice, La plus que Vive, Un long dimanche des fiancailles, A History of Reading, Feier des Lebens|