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Not borne on morning wings Of majesty'
...from Immanence by Evelyn Underhill,
(Mrs. Stuart Moore)
The Oxford Book of English Mystical Verse. 1917.
Category Archives: pastoral
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
St Michael is an Archangel and the guardian angel of autumn. He also looks after the element of fire. He helps the farmers with their harvesting. He is the angel of courage and strength. He helps people to reap rich … 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
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
A weekend of celebrations to mark our Queen’s 90th birthday. We wish her a very Happy Birthday. Great Britain has seen major changes in her time, the Commonwealth countries many of which have become independent still have links with the … Continue reading
The Pilgrim’s Progress by John Bunyan was first published in 1678. It is undoubtedly a book that many of heard of and refer to, but I wonder how many have actually read the book? With that thought in mind, … Continue reading
Palm Sunday Mark11:1-11 Turmoil, Trouble and Triumph Palm Sunday is a real marker in the church year. We go from Lent and within a week are at the cross. A week full of downs and ups, but it starts … 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
Readings Genesis 9:8-17, 1 Peter 3:18-22, Mark 1: 9-15 A few weeks ago I was in the Holy Land and I wondered what I had been expecting on that journey and in that place? Who would I meet? What … Continue reading