Monthly Archives: April 2015

Thinking of ourselves as a gift to Jesus (John 6:35-40)

This week my training incumbent and other parish stalwarts are away on pilgrimage, and I’m left minding the ‘shop’. Our usual midweek Eucharist, of necessity therefore has to be Morning Prayer (as I’m still in my diaconal year), though some … Continue reading

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So, whose resurrection is this? Luke 24:36-48 and Acts 3:12-19 (Easter 3)

On Thursday, amid a certain disappointment among those departing the Ploughman’s lunch, the dead flowers were composted, the live ones given new homes, and the Easter Garden dismantled. I carefully wrapped Jesus in bubble-wrap and put him in a box, … Continue reading

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The First of ‘Seven Last Words’ – an original meditation at The Cross

Catching up with sharing some of what I got up to during Holy Week now I’m into a short break in Easter Week. The most significant creative act of my Holy Week, which I actually ┬áprepared through Lent, was to … Continue reading

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