Christmas only happened, and Jesus only survived childhood, because Joseph listened to his dreams. Even though they were disturbing he followed them. What are God’s dreams for us as we face the uncertainty of a New Year?
In the week before Christmas 2019 a grieving mum asked if there was a ‘Blue Christmas’ service in any of the Churches in our town. Previously there had been but this practice had lapsed. Under the auspices of Churches Together in Felixstowe we gathered together words and prayers from many sources and produced this Order of… Continue reading Remembering at Christmas
Like Kindergarten the Créche of Bethlehem is a place of learning. But only one rule is taught; everyone is loved regardless of ability.
Advent is not about God being out to get us but instead God’s quest to bring us home
Sometimes, even in the middle of expected disaster the best preparation is to be unprepared and instead wait and listen.
if it seems dark at the beginning of the New Year why not try something small the help your soul germinate?
Above all other names Jesus is referred to as ‘Teacher’ and he teaches only three things. Love God, Love Others, Forgive All
God on a Plate – a poem for Christmas A babe in a manger displacing the hay Oxen and Ass were shuffled away How would they eat? What for a meal? When all that remained was shepherd-made zeal The babe grew to manhood Turned famine to food And fresh water wine Surely this, is something… Continue reading God on a Plate
John the Baptist’s message of repentance is to the faithfless faithful. What is he calling them to repent from?
A short humurous sketch based on the names of carols and the story of the Innkeeper of Bethlehem