• Archive: Communion

Ready – Advent, Day 7

Dec 7

The fifth day of the Advent Photography Challenge is Ready.  Sadly as this is Sunday and I’ve been busy vicaring, this is a shot taken with my phone two minutes before I started to lead the Communion Meal at Holy Nativity.  This of course serves as a reminder that I am supposed to be blogging about

Equals at God’s Table

Aug 8

There is something wonderful about the way George Guiver CR embodies his vocation as a monk in a way that enables him to speak so freely about the nature of The Church TM. I’m currently reading his new book Vision upon Vision: Processes of Change and Renewal in Christian Worship. I was so struck by

Enchantment in Worship

Jul 10

I’m spending a day locked in a retreat house reading for the research I’m doing into liturgy and culture. A decade ago Keith F Pecklers SJ gave a call to greater liturgical formation for the ‘future of Christianity’ as he looked at worshipping in a postmodern world. Liturgy in the postmodern world must aim for

Greenbelt 2012 – U2charist

Aug 6

As you probably know, Ruth and I are involved in a couple of services at Greenbelt this year.  We’ve had details confirmed about when the U2charist will be happening.  It is going to be in the “InSense” venue at 5pm on Monday.  The worship is being organised by Luminous in Lincoln.  Metanoia will be leading the musical aspects of

Metanoia at Greenbelt

Jul 16

Greenbelt 2012 is fast approaching and Metanoia are going to be involved in two of the services there.  Blesséd  are once again providing alternative sacramental worship and we have been asked to collaborate with Fr Simon and the team once more.  This year we are doing the opening act of worship in the Big Top at 5pm

In The Beginning Was The Word

Feb 12

I’ve never posted a sermon before.  I’ve never thought that it would add a great deal to the ether.  However, 80 people of varying ages were all talking about the incarnation in the hall this morning after I blindsided them with this. I read out John 1:1-14, prayed and then climbed the pulpit.  I then