Monthly Archives: April 2018

Easter 5: It’s all about the wine…

Sorry, vine…. Guest writer this week, Peter Gilks our Team Rector spoke on John 15: 1-8.   I was listening to Gardener’s Question Time  last weekend when I was driving somewhere and the question was asked of the panel “What really … Continue reading

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Easter 4: No-one takes it from me

The story of the Good Shepherd is well known – it is somewhat comforting to know that there is a Shepherd who looks after us, who knows us by name, who ensures that we never become so lost that we … Continue reading

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Easter 3: Not in My Name

I sit and write this post in the aftermath of the bombing of Syria, and I want to scream ‘Not in my Name!’ What good can it do to bomb a people who have already been bombed into a living … Continue reading

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Read Mark and Inwardly Digest: April Fools Day, or Happy Easter!

Today I generously presented members of my congregation with mini Easter eggs, only ‘April Fools!’ I had replaced the chocolate eggs with grapes, tee hee hee. April Fools day is fairly mild compared with some of the hoaxes of yesteryear. … Continue reading

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