Toby Jones in the Observer
Tobias Jones has a new column in the Observer, which you can find here. Toby and his wife Francesca have an unusal ‘extended’ household home in a Somerset woodland, which used to be the site of a quarry. They are learning as they go, and its very much an adventurous journey of exploration. They take their inspiration from the sermon on the mount, and are exploring what it means to live accordingly.Part of that inspiration has come through their involvement with the Pilsdon community, which was detailed in Toby’s excellent ‘Utopian Dreams‘. Tobias is a lovely guy, and I look forward to visiting his home one day.
Posted on September 22, 2010, in alternative living, books, Christianity, community living, ethical living, friends, new monasticism, outdoor living, spirituality and tagged community living, new monasticism, sermon on the mount, somerset, tobias jones, windsor hill wood. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.