As I prepared my sermon for today around the miracle of the feeding of the five thousand, I was prayerfully transported back to Cuddesdon. Only months earlier we had used this passage for a Eucharist with children. They had designed, or at least had a say in, most of the service; they had chosen to... Continue Reading →
#660 #lookingback #lookingahead Taking time to share the things we love with the people we love in the midst of #changingtimes
Home for World Gin Day
#319 As a celebration of #worldginday I had a few tasters of different gins with my partner. A busy time at college and my partner living between Derby and Oxford has meant that we have not spent as much time together as we would have liked recently. Being back in Derby has made me think... Continue Reading →
Food or Community
#273 What is more important? #food or #community (being with the other sheep)? Should food always be shared? If we shared more of what we have would we be happier? Does money always bring happiness? Does loneliness always lead to unhappiness?