So the Simpsons Christmas special has just presented an interesting outlook on the church Let’s just say that on this day a million years ago, a dude was born who most of us think was magic, but others don’t and that’s cool. But we’re probably right. Amen – Homer Simpson I was also tickled by this…
I have been on holiday now for nearly a week and that can only mean one thing! Illness!! It started last Saturday and has had me feeling pants until today. I have managed to make it out of bed and dressed and feel almost human. Appologies for my absense (I have a note from my
I know I keep mentioning Do The Green Thing. I also know that I keep mentioning Hot Leg. Well Hot Leg recently played at a Do the Green Thing soiree…
Some words of wisdom. The strong should have something to strive after whilst the weak shouldn’t be discouraged.
I haven’t posted a worship idea in a while. I guess that is mostly due to the context I find myself in for the next 6 months. Worshipping with a monastic community is a wonderful experience and it is greatly informing my understanding of emergence – but it doesn’t often appear to be alt. worship.
Proost have loads of different stuff available for the advent season. Most stuff is cheap and downloadable. Check it out here on Jonny Bakers blog.
Meltham Methodist Church on Mill Moor Road in Meltham will be having an Advent Labyrinth. I didn’t make it along last year but saw lots of photos and heard good reports so it could be worth a look. Thursday 11th 11-5 Friday 12th 11-7 Saturday13 11-7 with creche 2-4
The Diocese of London has produced a Beano style comic version of the nativity in a move to make Christianity more accessible in multicultural Britain. There is also quite an extensive children’s section on the London Christmas website. It doesn’t matter how old and stuffy you are, going to the left of the advent calendar and