Throughout Lent, and even in the last few weeks of Eastertide, I have been struck by the number of things that I have not had time to do...or go to, or take part in, or even think about. Ministry for me has become one of presence, of noticing, and listening where the rest of the... Continue Reading →
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 →
This week has felt rather busy, and as I look back I can see that I have definitely been guilty of cramming too much into my diary and therefore failing to give real time to anything. It has struck me that this is very much the way of our modern world: fit as much as... Continue Reading →
#658 #eucharistwithchildren with a theme of #feedingofthe5000 #matthew14v13to21 set around a #picnic to demonstrate #godsgenerosity and #abundance Let's be #generous with our time and care of one another.
#587 #day5 of #lentchallenge with @bible_society #sacrifice as #time for those who need it from you...
#514 #posada2016 #maryandjoseph came to stay with us today and were welcomed with a cup of tea with their previous host. Taking time to enjoy one another's company is a lovely gift to give and receive, especially at #christmas. #Thanks to Rosie for this photograph.
#132 #thealarmclock no longer has power over me as term has ended. Whilst this is obviously lovely, it has made me think about how much we are governed by time, from the moment we wake up in the morning, sometimes right up until we go to bed. The clock never stops ticking, and time can... Continue Reading →