After Pentecost, the RCL provides two parallel streams for the Old Testament and Psalms, one surveying the whole OT over three years, the other linking with the NT readings, and I am attempting the precarious task of straddling both streams! Liturgy resources will be based on either or both OT / Psalm combinations, or on … More Trinity 1, Elijah, and a squirrel doing the splits
My quiet place these days is often the beach. That could be a me-twin in the photo, the little figure silhouetted against the sea. On an evening like this the sea is gently swishing, the lightest of breezes caress my face, and the Sun slides away to sleep behind the darkening clouds. Every now and then a plaintive seagull intrudes harshly or an excited dog barks with joy at the sheer delight of being at the beach. … More Seeking the Silence- Look, See, Pray
Footsteps leaving the briefest of tracks Soon gone in gentle water, salt and clean, until another dawn brings us here again seeking in silence for the Holy Voice.
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Pagham Harbour is a paradise for water birds, and this majestic swan slipped serenely between the reed beds and into a patch of sunlight. It was just what the soul needed. … More Serenity- a Pagham Swan.
With this November marking 100 years since the guns fell silent on ‘The War to End All Wars’, I have compiled a list of resources for you to use in churches, schools, and for acts of remembrance. Reflectionary Resources A Meditation for Remembrance Day A water-colour poppy that is bleached white as snow. Make a Poppy … More Resources for Armistice Day
Epiphany 2 – Daring prayer is good. But we do not have to plan God’s solutions for him. However, we also need to make sure we are not just evading specifics with a limp-wristed, wet-lettuce Christianity that can never see answered prayer because it is so vague. … More John 2:1-11