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Rector’s Blog April 2017

Dear All, How has your period of special listening and learning been, I wonder, during Lent?  I have been made to think back to study groups that I was part of many years ago, and how when describing the ministry of Jesus in the Gospel of Mark, we thought of two main headings: teaching and […]

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Rector’s blog March 2017

Lent which begins on March 1st is a time to listen and learn together. Why do I say this? Some would wish to emphasise the tradition of giving something up for the 5 weeks before Easter, or undergoing more intense self-examination. May I suggest that making time to meet together with others seeking a way […]

December 2016

BE PREPARED Dec 2016 What do we do in the light of the Brexit vote?  What do we do in the light of a Trump Presidency? For some the answer to these questions may be: ‘nothing – let the world catch me if it can, I will assume everything is as normal until I have […]

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November 2016

Dear All A young couple asked what my favourite verse of the bible was. I gave them these three: “Rejoice always, pray constantly, give thanks in all circumstances, for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you.” (1 Thessalonians 5: 16–18) It turns out that the elderly wife of one of our […]