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Faith thoughts'I come in the little things, Saith the Lord.
Not borne on morning wings Of majesty'
...from Immanence by Evelyn Underhill,
(Mrs. Stuart Moore)
The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse. 1917.
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As part of our discovery about our own journeys we are looking at parts of the Holy Land; Galilee, Nazareth, Bethlehem and Jerusalem. Sacred places, walking in the footsteps of Jesus, 2000 years on in our own time with … Continue reading
Bless You – That’s my line! Blessings, God Bless You, Blessed are the poor, the hungry, those who mourn, and those who are hated because of their faith… What does it mean, blessings, blessed, bless you? Is it really a … Continue reading
This is a turning point for the church year. We now move from Christmas and Epiphany towards Easter and Lent, a turning point from looking behind to looking ahead, symbolic and preparing ourselves for Easter. I think that Jesus must … Continue reading
And all the bells on earth shall ring On Christmas Day On Christmas Day And all the bells on earth shall ring on Christmas Day In the Morning Happy Christmas to All Rev’d Sue Martin
One hundred years ago the Armistice was signed between the Allies of World War 1 and the German Empire. The cessation of hostilities took effect at 11.00 am on 11th November 1918. This year marks the centenary and Remembrance Day … Continue reading
Some time ago the film Paddington Bear 2 came out. If, like me you are fan of Paddington, you will know the story and the character of Paddington Bear. Michael Bond was the author of the Paddington Bear … Continue reading
What is Easter all about? Why do we have so much chocolate? CBBC explains the history of Easter, eggs and chocolate. A weekend of wet weather in the UK could certainly turn us all into eating chocolate. But the real … Continue reading
From Papua New Guinea to England, there is joy in every place. Sometimes we just do not see it! At a community school, where all the staff are volunteers and life is quite hard, the chair of governors welcomes our … Continue reading
To show or to make known, to be made manifest, the meaning of Epiphany. It is also a revelation or an ‘epiphany’, when all becomes clear. In church it is marked by the colours of gold and white and is … Continue reading