Author Archives: vicarness

Trinity 19: Show me the Money

This week my daughter discovered that her pocket money had lost its value. You see, my wonderful girl is very good at saving, but likes to save her money in different pots, and when she checked her money for old … Continue reading

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Trinity 18: You are cordially invited…

The JK wedding dance changed the way that weddings are perceived. No longer set in tradition, but open to new interpretation, to making the day personal and more welcoming and relaxed for guests. Gary and Tracey’s wedding dance enabled everyone … Continue reading

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Trinity 16: I Don’t Want to!

These are the war cries of toddlers and teenagers: the child who stamps their foot when asked to do something, the one who says yes but means no and wanders off when there is work to be done, the one … Continue reading

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Keep it Reel: Wreck it Ralph

On the surface of it, Wreck it Ralph is a film about gaming – as seen from the inside. Who knew that ‘retro’ was just a term for being old – but cool with it. From within, though, we discover … Continue reading

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Harvest Festival: Share the Love

I am looking forward to my first Harvest Festival celebrations this Sunday – the church will be beautifully adorned and the altar laden, hopefully, with bounteous gifts from our store cupboards, and then it’s off to the village pub for … Continue reading

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Trinity 13: Time for Action

We gloss over Moses’ acceptance of God’s quest to challenge Pharaoh to release the slaves. We speed through 9 of the plagues that tempt Pharaoh to relinquish his stronghold over the Hebrew people, and now we zone in on the … Continue reading

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Trinity 12: On Holy Ground

Moses, the baby who survived the murderous intentions of the Pharoah, and was instead raised as a prince in the Pharoah’s palace, has grown up. Much has happened since we last saw him being pulled out of the water, and … Continue reading

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