Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Kingdom Feast

This morning we had a United Eucharist for all the chapels I have pastoral care of in order to celebrate the Feast of Christ the King – the traditional final feast of the Church year, as we make to start … Continue reading

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Christmas with the Black Dog

I know, I know, it’s not Christmas yet. It’s not even Advent yet. But today I wrote the first of my Church Newsletter and Christmas Card pieces for the upcoming seasonal period, so I’ve had Christmas on the brain a … Continue reading

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#wewillrememberthem

At this time, in this place, we are called to remember those who have died in times and places of war:   Those who willingly fought, those who fought despite their doubts, and those who were forced to fight.   … Continue reading

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The Act of Remembrance

Last year I preached in one of my own chapels on Remembrance Sunday, which was also Remembrance Day. This year I was asked to preach in one of our local Parish Churches. I’m not convinced it was my greatest ever … Continue reading

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