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Sunday 1 March 2015
Signs of life and hope, new birth, the end of winter; snowdrops have been a February blessing, so look forward to even more crocuses in March and all the floral harbingers of Spring
Look up March in Wikipedia and you will find that its derivation is all about the start of the new agricultural year. The days are longer, the soil ...more
Thursday 26 February 2015
Nicholson’s of Worcester have been to inspect the three pipe organs we have in the Benefice – ...more
Thursday 12 February 2015
Evey says "Look at the snowdrops in Sibford churchyard - they're beautiful!"
Sunday 1 February 2015
Religion has certainly hit the headlines over the past weeks. There have been truly appalling examples of the worst kind of cruelty and inhuman ...more
Thursday 22 January 2015
Had you spotted that we’re already in an election campaign? Nearer the time it is hoped once again to hold a hustings in Banbury so that we all get ...more
Tuesday 6 January 2015
Magi and star
January 6th is observed as a church festival in commemoration of the coming of the Magi as the first manifestation of Christ to the Gentiles. It’s ...more
Thursday 1 January 2015
Let our New Year's resolution be this: we will be there for one another as fellow members of humanity, in the finest sense of the word. Goran ...more
Wednesday 24 December 2014
To your enemy . . . forgiveness To your opponent . . . tolerance To a friend . . . your heart To a customer . . . service To all men . . . charity To ...more
Friday 12 December 2014
The word for Christmas in late Old English is Cristes Maesse, the Mass of Christ, first found in 1038, and Cristes-messe, in 1131. In Dutch it is ...more
Monday 1 December 2014
"What would you like for Christmas?" I wonder how many times you have been asked that question. If you are like me the truthful answer is “Nothing, ...more

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