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Category Archives: pastoral
This was the start of our pilgrimage, a day full of wonder and awe, a lake so peaceful and calm, a boat trip to remember for ever, a Eucharist by the shore of the lake, serene and full of the … Continue reading
One candle burns at the start of Advent, in St Clement’s Church, Terrington St Clement, a magnificent and pretty church in the Fens, sometimes called the Cathedral of the Fens. The light shone … Continue reading
Martha Collison, famous now for her charm and delicious baking on The Great British Bake Off has a really enchanting interview with Church Times on 14 November. It’s always the page that I read first, the back page!! Martha has … Continue reading
Moses, leader of the Israelites, led the people out of Egypt, across the Red Sea, when the waters divided, so long in the desert, Moses found them water and manna and quails eggs, he brought down from the mountain the … Continue reading
Robin Williams as Peter Pan in Hook – forever an inspiration and joy. “My family has always been private about our time spent together. It was our way of keeping one thing that was … Continue reading
Across the world, women and girls who are caught up in political battles, in the name of religion. They are kidnapped, held hostage, taken away from their families and living in impossible situations. Where is the logic that girls are … Continue reading
This was the view from home on June 21st 2014 at 21.25,just as the sun disappeared over the horizon. The longest day was coming to an end and it wasn’t over yet as the daylight and twilight continued until well … Continue reading
Happy Easter! Alleluia, He is Risen! Dance then, wherever you may be; I am the Lord of the Dance, said he, And I’ll lead you all, wherever you may be, And I’ll lead you all in the dance, said he. … Continue reading
Jesus was a revolutionary. He was stirring people into action, making them change, showing them what they should have been doing. What happens to revolutionaries now? Don’t we all sit back and say things like, ‘I don’t see why I … Continue reading