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The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse. 1917.
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Ephesians 1:15-23 Acts 1:1-11 ‘A cloud took him out of their sight’ And so the disciples were left behind, and returned to Jerusalem. Once again they had to say goodbye to Jesus and were even more aware that they needed … 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
Above all else in this time of social distancing, isolation and world wide pandemic a little prayer to remind us of life in this world. So long as we enjoy the light of day May we greet one another with … 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
Light up a Life services with the Norfolk Hospice, Tapping House are being held this week. Over a hundred people joined us on Sunday 4th December, at King’s Lynn Minster and lit candles which were placed on the altar. Carols … Continue reading
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
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
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