Monthly Archives: January 2022

Community versus loneliness

This last Sunday Sarah and Karen led us for the first time. Sarah began with reading an extract from Ruby Wax’s book, ‘And now for the good news’ about our need for community, much of which made us laugh. Then Karen had us draw concentric cirles and to fill in names of those closest to… Read more »

Epiphany celebrated at the bandstand

We met this morning mindful of those who could not join us for differing reasons but grateful to be back after what seemed a prolonged absence. Julie led us with the following words, linked to Archbishop Desmond Tutu: Here is a man who embodied the seemingly contradictory qualities we must bring even to the hardest… Read more »