Something I pray:
Take me where
you want me to go,
Let me meet
who you want me to meet,
Tell me what
you want me to say,
And keep me out of your way.
(Revd Mychal Judge OFM
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Monthly Archives: July 2009
I received a prize from my vicar today! He called it this month’s “keeping an ear to the ground” prize. The story goes like this. A local lad is currently training in New Zealand for his commercial pilots license. In … Continue reading
The following is a short talk/sermon I will be giving at our mid-week service on Wednesday morning. Based on Genesis 12:1-9 it uses as it’s illustration the current activities in our household as we prepare for 5 months of building … Continue reading
Greatful to Maggi, as I was unware of this… though I expect my husband did, being both science teacher and Christian. maggi dawn: Moon Communion The anniversary of the moon landings match those of my husband and I in age … Continue reading
A fantastic day at Lord’s on Saturday for the Test Match, felt even better yesterday when the guys won the game! We can actually say we were there for at least part of the match that finally broke the Aussie … Continue reading
Whilst writing about the recent formation of yet another select group of Anglican’s who want to prop up their own viewpoint, theologian Maggi Dawn wrote this week: “believe me, there is nothing, nothing, nothing remotely feminine about clerical dress. It … Continue reading
I was privileged to be “out of diocese” on Saturday at the Ordination to the Priesthood of a collegue of my husbands’ at Guildford Cathedral. The sermon was given by the Revd Canon David Eaton, formerly Vicar of Leatherhead and … Continue reading
The way I understand it “liturgy” is a collective noun for the prayers, actions, songs etc that make up an act of worship. But it also seems to be used as a noun in the singular, with people referring to … Continue reading
Got some interesting feedback today from the marketing dept at Mothers’ Union today on the website this was originally a trial for muwinchester.org.uk. I’d been asking for some feedback from them at head office, and finally got it, but I’m … Continue reading