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Epiphany Moments

Order of service with hymns and Bible readings here Link to the audio of my sermon (with a prayer and reading before from Fr Simon) here Transcript: I wonder if it actually happened like we’ve just heard in our Gospel reading, if there … Continue reading

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Singing Love at Christmas and Always

Sing it louder, sing it clearer Knowing everyone will hear you, Make some noise, find your voice tonight Sing it stronger, sing together Make this moment last forever Old and young Shouting love tonight hear a thousand voices shouting love … Continue reading

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Positive Person

Remember when I attempted to make an omelette and even my dog wasn’t interested in it? Remember when I had another go and it seemed rather better? Well I thought, hey, I’ll have another go today. It tasted nice enough … Continue reading

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Measurements

Thankyou to David Herbert who blogged earlier today on results, relegation and relationships… Are “results” an  obsession of our age? Is the fascination for measurement and standardisation something that has grown through the industrial revolution and our increasing capacity for … Continue reading

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Food For Thought: My Sermon on Attending Baptisms

Two lovely services this morning at which I preached. Delighted by the positive response to my challenging sermon… First Reading: Acts 10.44-end While Peter was still speaking, the Holy Spirit fell upon all who heard the word. The circumcised believers who had … Continue reading

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Food For Thought: Gaia

The perception of existence as a gift given moment by moment by an unseen power generates in us a sense of awe and wonder, of receptivity and thanksgiving. – Luke Timothy Johnson, The Creed First ‘Food For Thought’ post won’t … Continue reading

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Voting

Eighteen now so my first time voting came around in the local elections this evening. I know its customary for people to not say who they’ve voted for but I don’t especially see the point in hiding my views as … Continue reading

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A Moaning World?

It’s rained again today. Yes! Thankyou God. – Now it’s a shame that so many take that statement to be sarcastic. But I am very thrilled and thankful for the water that Britain gets a good amount of. It’s a … Continue reading

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Knowing the Other

Your Teacher Eats with Tax Collectors and Sinners: You, Cornerstone and the Mission of ACU Richard Beck is an experimental theologian/psychologist who I came across earlier today after finding his article on the Hufflepuff House in Harry Potter. I then … Continue reading

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Stop the Traffik

Video certified 15+ Duval Guillaume Modern, a PR agency in Belgium, sent us this clip. They created it to raise awareness about the women who are trafficked into the sex industry every year. Women who are tricked and forced into … Continue reading

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