This week, 11th August 2019, we meet in St Andrew's at 12:00 midday and at St Ignatius' at 9:00 am and 10:30 am. We meet for worship, to ask for God's help as we seek to follow him and ask forgiveness for the many ways we have fallen short of the way he would have … Continue reading Flying and the Kingdom of God!
Gretchen Rubin wrote a book called "The Four Tendencies." She identifies four different ways that people tend to respond to expectations, and, even though I and told it has no claim to have statistical or scientific analysis behind it, I found its message helpful. Thomas the disciple of Jesus, was one of these four types, … Continue reading Thomas’ tendency!
St Peter is a much valued member of the community of God. he was one of the early followers of Jesus and by virtue of both his strength and his weakness, he always provides a helpful model for ordinary believers. His Saint’s Day falls at the end if June and, on a sunday near that … Continue reading Remembering Peter
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Podcast link Bishop Harold Miller, on the week he announced his forthcoming retirement, spoke on BBC about new liturgy regarding the death of children prior to birth or just after birth. The Church of Ireland has produced a series of services which are suitable for a recognition and naming of a child who has died. … Continue reading When you have lost a little one