Category Archives: Faith goes walkabout

Advent: Are we ready?

Advent calling. Are you getting ready, what can you actually do to get ready, how much time do you need and will this have the right effect? My Advent reading this year is with Tom Wright, a great writer of commentaries … Continue reading

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Faith, Hope and Compassion at the End of Life

A training and seminar workshop for clergy and medics, at The Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House was held on Sept 16th 2016. Over 40 participants from across Norfolk, Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire, listened to three speakers and enjoyed time together sharing stories … Continue reading

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Nice, France 14th July 2016

On the warm summers evening in Nice, people were out celebrating Bastille Day, enjoying family time, friendship, camaraderie and the beautiful setting of the promenade, the Mediterranean and the city. The destruction that followed is beyond description and belief, I … Continue reading

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Come, walk with me…

  This has been an amazing two weeks in  the UK, a referendum that has seen us  exiting Europe, unbelievable and now  unstoppable. There is so much to say  that I am lost for words and maybe this  isn’t the … Continue reading

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Kalpana in Nepal

We have been supporting Kalpana and her family in Nepal for five years now. She is the oldest girl in her family and they live in the countryside and mountains of Nepal. We were delighted to receive these photos of … Continue reading

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The Stations of the Cross on Good Friday

Via Dolorosa Last year on pilgrimage to the Holy Land we walked along the Via Dolorosa. The Via Dolorosa, or the Way of Sorrow, winds along the narrow streets of Jerusalem’s Old City. It is the traditional route and follows … Continue reading

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Advent Course Week 2

Mary and Joseph Leave Bethlehem  Luke Chapter 2 verses 4-6 ‘So Joseph also went up from the town of Nazareth in Galilee to Judea, to Bethlehem, the town of David. He went there to register with Mary, who was pledged … Continue reading

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Living Together

On Sunday November 15th I was delivering a Holy Communion service in the village church. It was an unremarkable day, the same lovely group of people and cheerful organist. I have come to know and love this church and know … Continue reading

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Welcome at West New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea

In September 2015, I arrived in West New Britain Island, Papua New Guinea. The warriors were the most spectacular sight and a welcome of dance, colour and warmth. We were to see the dancers on a few occasion, they were … Continue reading

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Come away and rest a while…

  Seventh Sunday after Trinity July 19th    2015 ‘Come away to a deserted place all by yourselves and rest a while.’ Says Jesus to the disciples. Mark 6:31 What a powerful few words. How often would we like someone to … Continue reading

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