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Tag Archives: advent
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
Shepherds, Sheep and Angels, Advent 3 Isaiah 7: 1-7 Matthew 1:18-25 Image from Christmas Journeys Advent is the season we are well into now and looking forward to Christmas, only 12 days to go! Still … Continue reading
We are at the end of the church year! Like the calendar year of 2020, what a year!! Most people will be pleased to see this year behind us. Christ the King is the last Sunday before Advent and as … Continue reading
Four weeks of preparation and getting ready! That’s a long time even for those, like me who are not that organised, all those endless jobs that need doing before Christmas are sitting in my lists, staring at me every day! … Continue reading
Sitting at the computer and knowing the daylight will soon be going, even though it is only 2.00pm, brings thoughts to mind of all those without a warm home. A world full of anguish and uncertain futures. I have just … Continue reading
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
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
Posada The Advent journey of Mary and Joseph and their donkey is experienced more and more in our churches and homes. The tradition of Posada, which began in South America is now taking root in the UK. Crib figures, representing … Continue reading
First Sunday of Advent December 1st Advent literally means ‘ to the coming’ or the ‘arrival’. Just as it’s getting darker and darker with the nights getting longer and longer, we start thinking about the light of the world; All … Continue reading