Tag Archives: Eucharist

We are what we eat

Loving Father, pour out your Spirit upon us, your people, the Body of Christ, that as we break open your word to us in scripture may we hear your Living Word speaking to us, that we might be transformed by … Continue reading

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Words and the Word

Creating and sustaining God, as we meditate upon your word to us in scripture may your Living Word once again dwell in us that we might shine as your light in the world. Amen. “It’s only words, and words are … Continue reading

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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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Fruit unto his praise to yield

Last year, as the new minister, I was planned to do a number of harvest celebrations. This year I have only one in my diary. However, this one single service, to be held in St Ive tomorrow morning, is a … Continue reading

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Body, Mind and Soul Music (Worship Diptych, pt 2)

So, as I commented on Facebook Sunday night, that evening I led a Eucharist that was a little different. While it wasn’t a silent, or wordless, Communion, it did feature fewer words than usual. Inspired by various things, including my … Continue reading

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A Priestly Calling

This past weekend I have been away from Cornwall, up in Durham with Mrs Nomad and Wee One, to witness my close friend, and former fellow Cambridge student, Kate be ordained Priest by Bishop Mark of Jarrow in Durham Cathedral … Continue reading

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Godly Drama

One of the things Probationer Presbyters and Deacons in the Methodist Church are required to do is to set aside time for on-going study. This is done with a variety of success, for a variety of reasons. Some of the … Continue reading

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