Monthly Archives: June 2009

Skipping Church

This blackbird looks a bit like I’ve been feeling… totally flaked out, gasping for breath – mentally at least – being in the midst of an awful lot too much to do! Yesterday Graham and I skipped church. The youngster … Continue reading

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Ringlets at Midsummer – a wonderful Dream

We’ve been watching what we know as ‘tussock field’ for the Ringlets to re-appear. last year this chocolate coloured butterfly was a new one for us, and we tried hard to capture it on camera, but failed. There were clouds … Continue reading

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The smell of elderflowers

A rather rambling update… it must have been the scent that went to my head! Today was the first time all week I’ve had chance to give the dog a good walk. It was lovely to be up on the … Continue reading

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Eucharistic ponderings

Following some previous thoughts about the Eucharist stemming from my placement, and now dwelling on some thoughts appropo of stuff being discussed around St. Peter’s, I read, as prompted by Rosalind, from Timothy Radcliffe’s “Why Go To Church – the … Continue reading

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Death and Resurrection

Whilst sorting out some papers today I found some scrappy notes about “Death and Resurrection”, which I eventually realised were the original notes I wrote before writing my Doctrine Module project of that title two years ago! In an effort … Continue reading

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What does God regard as work?

I’m currently leading a small group in a course called ‘Monday Matters’ as part of my Faith and Daily Life module of Reader Training. Each session involves some discussion pre- and post-Bible reading discussion and prayer. At the end of … Continue reading

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Pentecost – Mystery Worshipper in Open Air

This week has been a bit busy, so this is the first chance to reflect on the Pentecost service we had at St. Peter’s last Sunday… outside St. Peter’s to be more accurate! This isn’t a first, but it’s been … Continue reading

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