Posts Tagged: alternative worship

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 »

Happy Easter

We met this morning using Zoom. We had music and pictures to inspire us as well as a step outside for a burst of bird song. Contributions included: Resurrected with wounds. After his resurrection, Jesus appears to be resurrected and yet wounded at the same time. This is the unexpected appearance of the Risen Jesus…. Read more »

Epiphany 2020

Epiphany means to be revealed, it is associated with the visit of the Magi (wise men) to the infant Jesus when God revealed himself to the world through the incarnation. It is therefore Christ revealed to the Gentiles. According to Matthew 2:11 the Magi brought gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. In the Western Church… Read more »

The Divine Dance

Following last weeks Third Space I tried to use as few words as possible and allow some time for contemplation. We were also going to be very Franciscan so we began with: The Canticle of the Creatures Most High, all powerful, good Lord, to you be praise, glory, honour and all blessing.       … Read more »

Incarnation

Christmas morning at the bandstand was accompanied by the most beautiful festive birdsong. May we… Liturgy for Christmas Day………. As the light begins to shift and a crack appears in heaven. As stars slide across the darkness and angels clear their throats. As an unborn agitates with the labouring of love may we… as incarnation… Read more »

Advent Hope

On a beautiful but chilly Sunday morning we met by the river in the park. Lighter of lights – illumine us  Fire of fires – thaw us  Power of powers – strengthen us  Lover of lovers – warm us Teller of tales – encourage us  Destroyer of darkness – save us  Touchstone of truth –… Read more »

The Wonder of Fungi

On a beautiful, but cold autumnal Sunday morning we met in the park for worship: In the fading of the summer sun, the shortening of days, cooling breeze, swallows’ flight and moonlight rays WE SEE THE CREATOR’S HAND In the browning of leaves once green, morning mists, autumn chill, fruit that falls, frost’s first kiss… Read more »