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Saturday 1 September 2018
September is a time of new beginnings and fresh starts. Little children starting Nursery School or Reception Class. Slightly older ones off to ...more
Sunday 1 July 2018
I have already had my summer holiday. We spent 10 days away, caravanning in Northumberland. During those days of holy-day I didn’t wear my watch at ...more
Friday 1 June 2018
Just recently the world has been saddened by a fresh outburst of violence and hatred which mars the Holy Land. This is not the place to go into the ...more
Saturday 19 May 2018
In our fast-paced culture, we want things to happen yesterday. And if not yesterday, then … well … NOW! We grab our quick-brew coffee as an on-the-go ...more
Tuesday 8 May 2018
This wonderful view of bluebells in Whichford Woods is one we all hope to be enjoying very soon. May is a busy month for the Church; Ascension Day, ...more
Tuesday 1 May 2018
Late April and early May can often be beset by the last blast of winter, when a cold wind sends temperatures falling. Since this frequently coincides ...more
Sunday 22 April 2018
St George and the Dragon<br>painted by Raphael in<br>about 1505
Who was he? According to legend, St George was a Roman soldier born in what is now modern-day Turkey in around 280AD and died around 303. Very little ...more
Sunday 1 April 2018
Easter Sunday is the Church’s principal celebration – the most important day of the year. Easter, and all the events associated with it, gives us ...more
Monday 5 March 2018
Two mad male March hares boxing on Elmley marshes
March is the month in which hares breed, a time of the year when they indulge in their elaborate and energetic courtship displays. Leaping and ...more
Thursday 1 March 2018
Our lives, our faith, the season of Lent are often described as being like journeys. We set off, full of hope and determination, not always knowing ...more

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