Category Archives: Education

Backwards and Forwards

So, firstly, Happy New Year to one and all! Although, of course, as one of my fellow students comments here, there are different points at which a new year can fall, and for those of us who have spent most … Continue reading

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Shades of grey

I am on record as saying that once upon a time, not so long ago, I had political ambitions. I was one of those strange people who actually desired to sit in the House of Commons in order to try … Continue reading

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End-of-term Tidy-up

Formally our term here at Wesley finished last Friday with a Founders & Benefactors/Advent Carol Service and a Christmas Dinner followed by Port & Cheese in the NCR, which was all wonderful and very civilised. In actual fact I have … Continue reading

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Where two or three are gathered

Most of the time the gatherings I’m part of here in Cambridge are large (or at least not small). I have lectures with numerous students, gather for worship with normally at least 20 people. But over the past day or … Continue reading

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A view from the top

In a few short weeks I will begin my studies, as part of my ministry training, at the University of Cambridge, which has just been announced as the top university in the world, overtaking Harvard (located in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA) … Continue reading

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