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: May 2010
OK I’ve been having a problem recently, as you will have been able to tell from the layout of the last couple of posts, with getting things to layout clearly, with all the gaps and paragraphs I want. If I … Continue reading
Last week I led a ‘Celtic’ Morning Prayer at 8am for Pentecost. As part of the opening to the service I read something I had found in last week’s Church Times, and which (for those who don’t subscribe) I’ve shown … Continue reading
Pentecost marks a spiritual anniversary for me – which won’t surprise anyone who has ever worshipped at St. Michael’s Aberystwyth, or experienced the excellent preaching of Revd Stuart Bell. Something clicked open inside me in May 1988. Though I may … Continue reading
Great couple got married at St. Peter’s this last weekend, and with their special guest greeting them as they came out of church, they let me take some photo’s that our webmaster will be able to use on our website. … Continue reading
Back during Holy Week, I posted “I’ve gotta go” the first of a trilogy of interpretations of the Holy Week story, written by my husband. Although not quite to time, he did complete them, and I post all three here … Continue reading
To celebrate the success of the final essay and the fact it is spring, and inspired by the new WordPress theme ‘Twenty Ten’ I’ve given the blog a bit of a make over. The new header photo was taken by … Continue reading
Last Sunday I led and preached at our 8am morning service, a short half hour in the peace of our Chapel at St. Peter’s. I have thought on several occasions that I have spoken for too long at this service, … Continue reading
If theology seeks to answers questions like “where is God in…” how often do we ask ‘Where is God in my marriage?’ In simple terms that was the sort of idea behind the essay that I wrote to complete my … Continue reading
A pleasant family walk whilst celebrating two birthdays this weekend produced these delightful scenes at Sheepsleas near West Horsley in Surrey. I have a real ‘thing’ about Bluebells… which stem from childhood walks at a place near Fritham in the New … Continue reading