Category Archives: Reflections

Beyond Words

It has been a long while since I wrote anything on here… which is where I try to reflect more thoughtfully and slowly on happenings, and to digest how I feel about things. I haven’t written perhaps because life has been … Continue reading

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The Bread of Life

This reflection below is actually the sermon I preached yesterday at our Harvest service… a visitor thought it might be useful to other people – I’m not so sure, as I think that the Holy Spirit does a lot of … Continue reading

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Measure twice, cut once…

That title is a very good rule for anyone doing carpentry or sewing- but I want to try and apply it to the way I listen. It might not be apparent in these reflective writings, that I am not always … Continue reading

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The Body of Christ

Today is the feast day of ‘Corpus Christi’ – when many parts of the Church across the world will give thanks for Christ’s Institution of Holy Communion, and all that it means and has meant over time for the Church. … Continue reading

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Pigeon poo and planning

I keep dreaming about pigeon poo – since Tuesday when I had to go into a closed church in the parish and meet with some people who might be keen on buying the organ there… although it was locked against human … Continue reading

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Mercy Marathon

Some folks have written about prayer as being spiritual training; and about  formation as being spiritual training… akin to athletic training it must go on and on regularly, day after day, week after week, year after year… in order not … Continue reading

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Hope Incarnate

I can’t really write about other people specifically. It’s a kind of code I have, part instinctive and part logical. People are sacred, and their lives are sacred, and just as I wouldn’t publish a photo of them online or draw … Continue reading

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