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We had a balancing act this year shall we church or shall we Zoom? In the end we did both! We had the Service of Light at 8.00am in All Saint’s Ashwicken, which is our church in the fields. Set … Continue reading
Our link with Papua New Guinea remains strong in the Diocese of Norwich. We are aware that life is tough for the people of PNG at the moment as Covid19 hits the area. We have a presentation to deliver to … Continue reading
I am still dancing and singing this tune. The nuns in a closed order in Dublin thought they would do something to lighten our spirits and to bring us hope. It’s worked! Rev’d Sue Martin
I received a leaflet this week with my Church Times, called Water; The Truth from WaterAid. On the front cover was a picture of a child full of smiles under a shower tap and breaking news, that for the first … Continue reading
We have good news! Jesus came to dwell among us. We have good news! The vaccine is a great success and we are leaders in the world, ready to roll out worldwide. So let us not be glum! Let us … Continue reading
We live in strange times. Somewhat of an understatement I know. Times are difficult, unpredictable, sometimes we are in the doldrums and it is like we are becalmed in a vast ocean Other times we are bashed about like the … Continue reading
In the beginning … We start the Year of 2021, The Year of New Beginnings. Our readings today in Genesis 11:1-20 and Mark 1: 1-13 are all about beginnings; the beginning of the world, the beginning of Jesus ministry and … Continue reading
There is something in me that doesn’t want to mark 2020 as the Covid Year. It feels like it would have won and I am too positive a person to let that happen. As yet another brown parcel arrived on … Continue reading
Does this seem a particularly dark and gloomy time of year? Or is it just me? More than ever we need the light of the world to come among us. If He could also stop all the messages about Covid … Continue reading