Monthly Archives: July 2013

Colours of the Year

God has blessed us with a wonderful spectrum of colours since we started meeting in the Park. This morning we met in among the flower beds, by the fountain and under a beautiful rose arbour. I was sent an annual report from a vicar friend of ours called Tessa. It described everything in terms of… Read more »

Holiday reads

This week we met at Designate at the Gate again – and loved it. It was a fun evening of us all bringing books to recommend or lend for holiday reading. So for anyone out there who might be interested in the eclectic range on offer, here is our list: The Holy Thief / The… Read more »

Isaiah 40 in the park

Steve led us in prayer at the bandstand – still in the process of being repainted but we started there. He shared what he’d learned from Philip Roderick on Wednesday up in York at Ian Adams’ conference last week, concerning body language in prayer. We started folding our arms with hands place on opposite shoulders and took… Read more »

Farewell to Frances and Charlotte

What an evening! Cheeses and wine, pavlova, cherry and amaretti cheesecake, lemon posset, chocolate and peanut butter cheesecake, poached peaches… and yes- we tried them all! The ‘Companions’ liturgy was poignant, with memories of sharing those words with Frances and Charlotte in times past… but most moving of all were the words accompanying a Welsh… Read more »