Posts Categorized: General

Narrowing the fitness gap

I came across an article in the paper well before lockdown which got me thinking, and for obvious reasons, the person who is the focus of the article has appeared in several other articles much more recently. He’s Sir Muir Gray : one of the UK’s leading medical figures (no I’d never heard of him… Read more »

SEEK JUSTICE!

Desmond Tutu recalls when he was a young person, one day he was out walking  with his mother when a white man, an Anglican priest named Trevor Huddleston, tipped his hat to her, it was the first time he had ever seen a white man pay this respect to a black woman. The incident had… Read more »

“Liturgy of Strategic Interruption”

This morning Parker led us for the first time, bringing a poignancy and power in his analysis to what has been happening in his homeland, the US, in recent times and our response to that. His notes can be found below. 2020 has been a year of near-constant “interruption.” Our lives have been reoriented and… Read more »

Lockdown Pentecost

This morning we gathered by Zoom again and celebrated the Church’s birthday as never before! Missing being outdoors, we began taking a couple of minutes standing outside listening to the birdsong, soaking up the sunshine and feeling the breeze… Being in lockdown continues to help me see things from a different perspective and Pentecost has… Read more »

Bad News – Good News

Wednesday this week was day 12 of my “House Arrest” due to the COVID-19 pandemic. While delighting  in my back garden I was inspired to write the following for our Wednesday evening “Zoom” meeting: Making the most of House Arrest. There are so many joys to be experienced watching wildlife and one of the greatest… Read more »

Bad news Good news

We had a special time meeting together today, not least in seeing old friends – Tessa and Richard – and seeing Jeremy and Sue since the death of his mum last week. Sharing together was very poignant and touching. Steve led today with the message ‘The church buildings may be empty – but so is… Read more »