Address to Felixstowe Town Council for the making of Cllr Mark Jepson as Mayor.
Currently, due to Covid-19 restrictions, our parish is running an hour behind the rest of the nation.
Perhaps not a bad thing as looking to the past in times of crisis reminds us of God’s faithfulness then, comfort now and hope for the future
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?
…But what does money talk about? It is not just making good use of our Pounds and Pence which add to the wealth of the Kingdom of God
Even though we want to follow the command of Jesus to put others first we too easily find ourselves at the top table and forget that Jesus is waiting to meet us amongst the hungry and the thirsty
The Same Old ‘New & Improved’ Address before the opening of a meeting of the newly elected Felixstowe Town Council Wednesday 15 May 2019 There was a time, when I was much much younger and had no idea what cynicism meant, that I used to be excited about new things. New toys to play with,… Continue reading The Same Old ‘New & Improved’
When bad things happen to good people, be it in Siloam, Christchurch or Grenfell we are tempted to question God’s care for the faithful. Yet the response of Jesus to disaster is ‘repent.’ What does he mean or is he just being mean?
An introduction to 40 Days of Reflections on the Religious Life as seen through the pages of the book ‘In This House of Brede’
if it seems dark at the beginning of the New Year why not try something small the help your soul germinate?
On National Comong Out Day a re-posting of a reflection written for Lent 2016