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Thursday 1 May 2014
This is the sort of scene that many will drive to Whichford Woods to see in the coming days; a carpet of blue, and the air filled with the fragrance ...more
Wednesday 23 April 2014
In 1222 the Council of Oxford declared April 23rd to be St George’s Day, but it was not until 1348 that St George became the Patron Saint of England ...more
Sunday 20 April 2014
Easter is surely the most special of celebrations for Christians. In some truly miraculous way the power of sin and death was defeated, and Jesus ...more
Monday 31 March 2014
A meditation seen in a Salvation Army publication from the 1980s. Our Father, which art in Heaven. Help me to believe that there is a power to lift ...more
Thursday 20 March 2014
This year, Mothering Sunday (Mothers’ Day) is on 30th March. There will be family services in all our churches. Mothers’ Union has devised an order ...more
Monday 17 March 2014
Saint Patrick was a 5th-century Romano British Christian missionary and bishop in Ireland, known as the "Apostle of Ireland”. When he was about 16 he ...more
Monday 10 March 2014
There are traditionally forty days in Lent which are marked by fasting, both from foods and festivities, and by other acts of penance. The three ...more
Wednesday 5 March 2014
Ash Wednesday derives its name from the practice of placing ashes on the foreheads of adherents as a celebration and reminder of human mortality, and ...more
Tuesday 4 March 2014
What does “Shrove” Tuesday mean………or is it Mardi Gras? The expression Shrove Tuesday comes from the word shrive, meaning "confess". Related popular ...more
Monday 24 February 2014
A Minister decided that a visual demonstration would add emphasis to his Sunday sermon. Four worms were placed into four separate jars. The first ...more