Hat tip to @prescentorsue for bringing it to my attention.
Monks are free from the social rules that everyone else has to follow and George Guiver CR has been telling it like it is for countless years. I’ve chatted with him on numerous occasions whilst at the College of the Resurrection and he has a propensity for dropping huge theological bombshells into the conversation and
The Church of England has recently published a guide to the “Top Ten Facts About Christenings“. It is a starter for ten for people making enquiries about their local church and “getting little Timmy ‘done’”.It seems to have picked the same scab that The Weddings Project picked for a lot of vicars….. it educates people
Fr Simon Rundell published one of the best idea for Pentecost on his blog whilst I was on holiday. I found myself in a bar in Rhodes looking up popcorn machines on eBay. When the day of Pentecost had arrived, we were gathered in Holy Nativity Church with the scouts and a load of visitors
When I was younger there was a church I used to walk past every day in the center of town. It was called St Thomas’ Church. And as a small boy what an impressive place it was. There were huge vertical lines that were accentuated by the spacing of ornately carved pillars. Each window consisted
Here’s something original that I’ve written. It isn’t meant to be read, it is meant to be orated by someone with a strong Yorkshire accent – Me. If all goes to plan, I will be doing that very thing at this moment in time in church. Hope you like it. It was the end of
“I thank you for this, my God, I am a traveller and stranger in the world, like so many of Your people before me. There is a sense of adventure, of openness to possibilities, abandonment to God and expectation of fulfilling his will. I accept the responsibility, I’ll hear and obey, and trust it is
Easter weekend was completely hectic and I totally forgot to post this. It was part of the Stations of the Resurrection over at the Big Bible Blog organised by @vahva. Here is Metanoia with Now The Green Blade Rises. Why not follow us on Facebook, Twitter, or me on Soundcloud.
I was intrigued by a post on The Emergent Kiwi’s blog about Inking the Stations of The Cross. The full story is here. A pastor of a Montrose-area church recently challenged members of his congregation to live out their faith in an atypical way by getting tattoos that represent different Stations of the Cross, images