This month my guest post over at bigbible.org.uk has the word “Cathedral” in the title. This took me by surprise as much as everyone else. If you want to know why I would be mentioning a Cathedral in a post, why not check it out.
If you are anywhere near the North of England it would be great if you would come to The Rock Mass in St Michael’s Wakefield. It is an evening eucharist and will have a full rock band playing with lighting, smoke and the full works. This will be a culturally authentic experience as we come
Liverpool Cathedral, Oct 31st 2000hrs. I hope to be there if our service finishes in time! I have previously talked about doing something for all souls in this vein (pun intended). Hopefully there will be some good inspiration. See you there!
Saint Arnold’s is a group who meet in North Leeds. They have now become a weekly meeting, each Monday evening at the Lord Darcy at 8pm. 618 Harrogate Road, Leeds, LS17 8EH
If you are in Yorkshire you may want to consider heading over to Haworth for the Fair Intents Ecofair.
I posted about the Leeds Peace Trail Worship Series a little while ago. It is an exciting project based around worship stations in the Leeds city centre. They have a new website that is under construction so please check it out.
There has been a lot of talk of “New Monasticism” in the world of Fresh Expressions but if I’m honest, this post isn’t really about that. I often wonder how this relates to the “old monasticism”. I am personally indebted to the local monastic community in Mirfield, the Community of the Resurrection. This guardian article makes
Leeds Peace Trail Worship Series is an event that will be running in the Autumn. The Leeds Peace trail Worship Series is being run by a group of Chuches from the North East side of Leeds under the banner of Churches Together in Moor Allerton and Shadwell and will begin at 6:30pm on Friday 3rd
I just noticed a rather intriguing post by a friend. In Cottingham the clergy have been shining shoes in the market. Anyone and everyone could have their shoes shined for free. One comment he made was that it was amazing how many people wouldn’t take a free shoe shine. I wonder if they were asking
Some of my friends and the readers of my blog will remember this well. Partly because you were there and in some cases because you were in the band! A few years ago we decided to have a thought experiment – what would the Eucharist look like if it was incarnated into a sphere that people